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Reaching Out
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Reaching Out

11 minutes
George, after a night of drinking, tells his friends about some lights he has seen in the sky that he found beautiful. They humour him, but think he’s just telling stories again. So when the force behind the lights turns out to be malevolent, he finds himself being tormented by them and unable to convince his friends that he needs help.
Genres: Horror, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Content Warnings: Adult Language, Mild Action, Frightening, Mild Violence, Drug References, Rude Humor
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George, after a night’s drinking, tells a couple friends about the lights he’s been seeing in the sky, and how beautiful they were. They laugh, telling him he’s probably just seen a plane or something. That night, after his friend’s have left, George is determined to find any evidence he can online.
That’s when he’s abducted by the strange forces behind the lights and subjected to cruel and horrific treatment.
This is his life for the following weeks: being harassed by this entity without the chance to rest.
He is checked in on by his friends, Tim and Bill, who are supportive, but aren’t ready to hear any stories about lights in the sky, thinking that he’s probably just taken something and imagining it.
When it’s made clear that the force tormenting him will never stop, George makes efforts to fight back, or at the very least, escape.
Studio: UWS
Producers: Katie Clark
From: United Kingdom
Produced In: United Kingdom
Directors: Daniel Denmark
Writers: Daniel Denmark
Lead Actors: Sam Fraser
Supporting Actors: Liam McColeAlastair RennieCadan Martin
Key Crew: Andrew SilvesterCadan MartinFede MassiniMatthew RooneyNiamh Dillon
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