A mother and her child. A funeral home. A closed casket. “Mom, when I close my eyes I can see daddy”. “That’s good, that way you can remember him”. “But I see him ugly, in the car, with stuff missing out of his face, like his eyes and his teeth. And there is a lot of blood, and I cry, and... I’m afraid to close my eyes, mommy. I need to see him. Now.”
Vijay, a lonely taxi driver who recently moved to Melbourne, picks up a stray drunk, Chris. Vijay's distrust is slowly broken down as Chris befriends him. Over the course of the night Chris experiences some of Vijay's nightly troubles, and Vijay learns to see the city in a new light.
For better or for worse
Gert, a nice guy in his late 20’s, begins to wonder about his future, life and his relationship on the night before his wedding. What seems to be a case of cold feet at first, slowly unfolds to show the bittersweet reasons behind Gert's doubts.
A black comedy about death with a happy ending. A splendid chain of unlikely encounters. Hunters, a tractor driver, a disco boy, and a corpse.
Law of the lamb
While driving along a road in the Tunisian desert in an old battered van, on their way to market to sell their sheep, an old man and his grand-son are stopped by two policemen. In order to be allowed to leave, they have to accept a strange and unusual deal.
Anyone Can Quantum
Paul Rudd faces off against Stephen Hawking in a highly advanced game of Quantum Chess.