Artist/Filmmaker Angeline Gragasin brought together what she describes as an “amazing group of creative minds” in creating her short The Animals, an experimental black comedy exploring obsession, nature, and the doppelgänger.
Maude is a monomaniacal young woman transported from her lonesome city life to the sensational wilderness. She adjusts to the chaos of the forest and her strange new neighbors, but a pair of mysterious twin girls taunt her to return home. As her old life and new life start to blend together, she realizes things may not be what they seem, that she herself may not be who she seems.
Animalis is Latin for “having breath.” Maudite is French for “damned.” – (The Animals)
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