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

Linda! Have you got a Kleenex?

For the last time, stop bugging me!


I don't feel...

My head hurts.

Let those eyes go!

They let you go from the hospital.

From now on, all the eyes of the city

will be ours!

All the eyes of the city will be ours!

All the eyes of the city will be ours!

All the eyes of the city will be ours!

All the eyes of the city will be ours!

All the eyes of the city will be ours!

- I still feel dizzy, Mother.

- Eat! Eat! Eat! You need energy!

There's a knife. Good boy!

Very good! Do as I tell you always.

Put your hand over your heart.

Feel the power!

Blood is still in your head.

Slowly it empties to

return to your heart.

Your with Mother now.

You want to go back, don't you?

Mommy will open the door.

See the eye!

Slowly, my baby.

Deep, easy breaths.

Let your mind float into space.

Feel the power and flow of your heart.


See the light.

The light beyond.


left to right.


to right.

Right to left.

Right to left.

White to black.

Black to white.

One and two...

and two are one.

Your eyelids are heavy.

Your eyes are closed

and you cannot open them.

The blood is rushing from your heart

to your head.

Feel it!

Your head is filling up with blood!

Now the blood is flowing from your head

back to your heart.

Feel it! It makes you strong!

Follow the light.

Follow the light.

Follow the light.

Think this stuff really works?



Come closer.

Very good.

Left to right.


to left.




I feel your strength.

Your power.

See the light.


Come closer.

Very good.

Follow the light!

Follow the light!

Very good.

Honey, what's the matter?

Are you okay?

I feel dizzy too.

I don't know what's happening to me.

Why don't you go to the lobby

for some air?

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