From the Drain

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From the Drain
Directed by David Cronenberg
Produced by Stefan Nosko
Written by David Cronenberg
Starring Mort Ritts
Stefan Nosko
Cinematography David Cronenberg
Edited by David Cronenberg
Release dates
1967
Running time
14 min
Country Canada
Language English
Budget CDN$500 (estimated)

From the Drain is a 1967 short film directed by David Cronenberg while he was in film school.

Plot summary[edit]

The film is centered on two men in a bathtub; it is implied that they are veterans of some past conflict but revealed that they are currently in a mental institution. The first man is paranoid about the drain of the tub, the second indifferent to it. After the conversation between the two men progresses, a vine-like tendril emerges from the drain to strangle the first man. The second shows no emotion to this sudden turn of events and the film ends.

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