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Marina Antunes [Celluloid 07.12.16] Canada scifi mystery

One of my most memorable experiences of last year's festival circuit was seeing Daniel Robinson's outstanding debut feature Nestor (review.

The one man production made entirely by Robinson is described as:

A man wakes to find himself alone in a remote, abandoned village. With only vague memories of his surroundings, the man relies on his instincts and creativity to discover his purpose and survive the crippling isolation.

That's pretty much the plot but there's so much information crammed into Robinson's 62 minute feature that this vague description is good as any other. The movie's real power is in the theme which is just as vague and open to interpretation but so much fun to pick apart. It's been months since I've seen the movie and some of the scenes are still engrained in my mind.

It's unclear if this new trailer means Nestor is any closer to release but I'm certainly excited at the prospect.

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