Synopsis: A rainy night. A lonesome motel. Two strangers are sharing a room. But what does the dark Tom Parker hide in his suitcase? The Police is searching for a killer, so backpacker Hans decides to find it out.
Genre: Horror, Mystery, Short
20 min

his eyes.

He's diabetic and he's

losing his vision.

Then why is he working here?

I'm sorry for not getting to you sooner.

John is usually good with the patients.

The schedule has been crazy because

of the holidays.

I never expected such a strange person

to be working in Dr. Murphy's office.

Not at these prices!

Our intention is to help everyone.

In fact, his mother is one of the main...

I don't care about anyone's mother!

I'm late as it is.

I want to see Dr. Murphy next time.

In fact, his mother is one of the main...

I don't care about anyone's mother...

I want to see Dr. Murphy next time.

You can see.

You have no idea

what it's like to really suffer.

But you will!

Just wait!

You'll be sorry!

She doesn't know how much they need you.

John is your best boy, isn't he Mother?

Yes, John. You're my best boy and

the best surgeon in town.

And now, you must start thinking of

the spirals.

The spiral that's coming into your head.

Think of the center.

The center of the spiral.

Imagine the spiral in your mind.

Think of the center and

you'll be with me.

We'll be together.


All finished.

Slowly, my baby.

Deep, easy breaths.

Let your mind float into space.

Feel the power and flow of your heart.


You can feel it.

Your eyelids are heavy.

Your eyes are closed

and you cannot open them.

Your blood is rushing from

your heart to your head.

Feel it. Your head is filling up

with blood.


Now your blood is flowing from your

head back to your heart.

Feel it! It makes you strong!

Feel it! It makes you strong!

Feel it! It makes you strong!

Feel it! It makes you strong!

Imagine you are in an elevator.

Mommy's elevator.

The doors are open. Go in.

You are on the 20th floor.

Push the button.

Now you are with Mommy as one.

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