|Directed by||Jennifer Calvert|
|Produced by||Diane Carruthers Wood|
|Written by||Thea Boyanowsky|
|Music by||Julie Blue|
The 20 minute film—inspired by Andrei Tarkovsky and Terrence Malick—is about a city girl (Magda Apanowicz) who while briefly left alone on a camping trip, meets a city boy, sparking a mutual interest.
Jason Whyte included the short in his Top 5 list for the Vancouver festival.
The short was shot in British Columbia in the summer of 2003.
- Whyte, Jason (2004-10-09). "The 2004 Vancouver International Film Festival: It's A Wrap!". Retrieved 2007-10-11.
- McLeod, Mark (2004-10-20). "VIFF 2004: Long films, short films... why can't they all just get along?". MovieContests.com. Retrieved 2007-10-11.
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