The Fear

(2010)
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Overview

This short film is a portrayal of the classic 'Fear' many people experience, fear of inadequacy, fear of failure, fear to really live their lives. It shows a young boy running from these fears in a dream like state and eventually falling, only to awake as a middle aged man, his life passed before him, un-lived, due to the overwhelming sense of fear encumbering and restricting him to the extent that he does and thinks about nothing else.

  1. Casper Logan

    Director

  2. Casper Logan

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Alex Lawther

    Alex Lawther

    The Boy

  2. Michael Lawther

    The Man

  3. Natalya Platonova

    Narrator (voice)

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The Fear

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Status Released

Release Information

  • September 24, 2010
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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 2m

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50

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