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Drama in the shadows

Now You See Me, Now You Don’t by Hungarian director Attila Szász is a 30-minute short with a full measure of terror, at least judging by the trailer. From the official synopsis:

But this day is different. This day Dad brings something home from the lab. And the next morning … Alex becomes invisible. Is it possible that a father makes his own son disappear? Or is there any other explanation? An unthinkable one… An unbearable one…

Szász’ visuals are stunning, and the score is equally compelling. Now You See Me has made the festival circuit a couple of times since its 2005 release; I’m hoping for a chance to see it myself.

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