‘B-Class Cultural Heritage’, A Skateboarder Faces Potentially Lethal Consequences for Standing on a Manhole Cover

In “B-Class Cultural Heritage” by Japanese filmmaker Yuji Hariu, a skateboarder named Akira finds his life threatened by laser-toting robots belonging to a shadowy organization after he unwittingly stands on a manhole cover. The short, which won an Audience Award at the 2014 Florida Film Festival, is an action-packed mix of comedy, special effects and skate tricks. More information on the film can be found over on its official Facebook page.

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