A young woman is on the run from a dangerous man from her past. She's lost everything, her home, her family, her job, her fellow dreamers. But she's gained one thing. A good pal named Kit. She's comfortable with Kit, grateful for her. She invites Kit over, something that is a common occurrence. But the night is ruined by Kits odd behavior and a knock on the door.

  • Skyler Lacey
  • Skyler Lacey
  • Skyler Lacey
  • Annemarie Stanton
    Key Cast
  • Skyler Lacey
    Key Cast
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  • Genres:
    Drama, Thriller
  • Runtime:
    11 minutes 12 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    October 23, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    100 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
    Yes - The Los Angeles Film School
Director Biography - Skyler Lacey

Hi there, my name is Skyler Lacey. I am a student at the Los Angeles Film School. I was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, where I lived up until high school. Moving to Columbia, South Carolina just in time for freshman year. I remember always having a love for film. However, that passion wasn’t found until much later. I didn’t realise that film was what I wanted to do until I graduated high school. A month later, I was in film school. I always wrote and created my own stories. Whether on paper or within the depths of my own brain. I did a lot of that in high school. I was the quiet kid in the corner with the brain that never stopped creating these stories. It was consistent, and I hid the ones that made it to paper. And once I graduated, I knew that I wanted to tell them.

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Director Statement

It’s strange really. Where ‘nefelibata’ came from. It’s hard for me to even explain. The idea came to me as I was falling asleep one night. I wanted to create something sad, with lots of emotion. And to sort of be confused with where those emotions sat. Within this film, everyone makes mistakes. Most of them are necessary. Which I feel is conflicting. It seems as though everything done is needed, but the outcome is still upsetting. Happiness is completely avoided, but it’s not chosen upon. More so forced. And I wanted a lot to be left to the imagination.