Short Film Profile
SHARE
Is this your film? Log in to edit profile.

Apocalypse Story

Not long after the end of the world, a chance meeting in the wasteland. Two adolescents. A pragmatic Nomad, Claire has spent the better part of her life alone, simply surviving. Andrew hides away in a repurposed Store-All. Surrounded by foodstuffs and collected relics he only half understands, gone almost feral from solitude. The encounter draws surprising new emotions, and powerful, animal urges they’ve never experienced, but unconsciously suppress, to their own confusion. People are people, most of all those who are still figuring out who and what they are. No matter the circumstances.

Film notes

Director's Statement:
“Apocalypse Story”, in many ways, continues the themes explored in “Nightclub Story”, but the context is flipped.
If “Nightclub Story” examines so-called modern love in the urban jungle, then “Apocalypse Story” is about awkward, teenage love at the end of the world. The basic theme remains the same: We can’t escape who we are. We are ruled by these inescapable, insane urges regardless of context. In “Nightclub Story”, people use social masks to hide their own vulnerabilities. In “Apocalypse Story” they have no such luck, but manage just fine to complicate the situation with emotion alone.
It has always been my ambition for the two shorts to work together in tandem thematically, but still differ enough tonally and visually to showcase the spectrum of my abilities as a Writer/Director.

Filmmakers

Producer

Copyright

Copyright © 2010 Jeffrey P. Nesker

Film details

Additional details, including film categories, dialogue/subtitle languages and technical details are available to members.

Log in or register

More details available to members
Information on this profile is provided by the film owners and/or compiled from available sources | Profile updated 13 Sep 2010