The Small Assassin is a hot new hit on IndieReign this week, it’s so good we had to share. Read on for the juicy dets of this award-winning short…
The Small Assassin is a short, horror film directed by Chris Charles (Chicago Overcoat, Mariana Walks). It is based on the short story by legendary author Ray Bradbury, set in 1947. It follows a young couple who suspect their newborn baby is plotting to kill them.
The film is an eight-time award-winner and official selection at 26 festivals in Australia, Belgium, Canada, England, France, Spain, and the United States. Additionally, cinematographer Kevin Moss received an Honorable Mention from the American Society of Cinematographers for his work on the project.
“The year is 1947, Alice and David have just given birth to their first child. When Alice slips into postpartum depression, David seeks the advice of their Doctor, who assures him she will eventually come around. But as time passes Alice’s depression takes a turn for the worse, and she becomes convinced the baby is conspiring against her. David must decide if his wife is loosing her mind, or if the child is plotting their doom.
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