A tired worker in a worn out world lives his life day to day, hand to mouth. Working on the rubbish heap of life, he is the curator of other people’s waste; their abandoned belongings: hopes, dreams, thirsts, desires.
Living in this world of the forgotten, piling up each day, abandoned by all. Trying to make his way to a better world, but it keeps pushing him back down. Then one day he finds a box which can answer all his prayers, deliver him from evil, all for one low low cost…
A Few words about
SCRAP was a surreal and slightly dystopian low-no budget short created by a small group of film makers inbetween our studies and other responsibilities. The concept development was a collaborative process but I was responsible for writing the script as well as direction and post production. Mostly entered in local and UK film festivals, SCRAP made official selection for BFI officiated and BAFTA nomination festivals.