From the Drain
|From the Drain|
|Directed by||David Cronenberg|
|Produced by||Stefan Nosko|
|Written by||David Cronenberg|
|Edited by||David Cronenberg|
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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