|Directed by||Christopher Nolan|
|Produced by||Emma Thomas
|Written by||Christopher Nolan|
|Music by||David Julyan|
|Edited by||Christopher Nolan|
|Budget||$1,000 (exact amount unknown)|
The story concerns a grungy[ambiguous] man, in a filthy apartment. He is anxious and paranoid, trying to kill a small bug-like creature that is scurrying on the floor. It is revealed that the bug resembles a miniature version of himself. He squashes the bug with his shoe. However, every movement the "doodlebug" makes is later matched by the man himself, and he is later squashed by a larger version of himself.
- "Big Directors Small Films: Christopher Nolan’s Doodlebug". Slashfilm.com. 11 October 2008. Retrieved 27 August 2012.
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