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October Haze| 13mins
Director: Sash Andranikian | Producer: Sash Andranikian
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: United States
Subject Tags: americas, conflict, race, relationships, united states, war
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
A young woman with purpose in her eyes walks cautiously down the exit ramp of a deserted underground garage. Summoning her courage, she begins searching for a car that was parked here by her husband shortly before his untimely death. Everything around her appears damaged or abandoned; her steps echo in the tomb-like setting. The sight of the derelict car overwhelms her with painful memories. But, her grief is quickly replaced by fear when a curious stranger arrives on the scene. He’s the embodiment of everything she has come to hate since the death of her spouse. What began as a journey of closure ends in a chance encounter that will test her shaken trust in humanity.

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