A Lonely Older Man Becomes Obsessed With Building a Machine to Relive a Past Moment in ‘The Last Dance’

“The Last Dance” by Chris Keller (previously) is a starkly beautiful, powerful short film that tells the visceral story of an older man named Hugo (Richard Syms). To quell his utter loneliness, Hugo becomes obsessed with building a machine that might someday allow him to relive a specific moment in time from his past. After receiving a drone-delivered letter for his dead wife, Hugo decides that the day and time has come to test out his machine.

“In the not-too-distant future, a lonely old man works on a mysterious project, hoping to relive the not-too-distant past.

The film was mastered in 4K resolution and features special effects work by VFX production house Double Negative (previously).

Mastered in 4K resolution with spectacular digital effects from Academy Award-winning Visual Effects house Double Negative, The Last Dance couples emotive storytelling with a truly cinematic experience worthy of the big screen.

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