Doing the Write Thing: The Voices in my Head

Synopsis: A mockumentary look at a writer's life.
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Short
Director(s): Michael A. de Melo
4 min




Let me show you

that flew 16,000 km.

Holy shit!

We estimate here is

about 100,000 years ago.

Picking up a signal

being transmitted.

Some type of request

relief, perhaps.


We find that the signal

was initiated

when the survivor

left the ship.


My God.

You know how long it will take

to get him, Kate?

If we have the equipment

appropriate, shall we say

perhaps half of the day.


I ask

how fragile is the ice?

There is an area of??rupture.

So the risk of cleft

is very small.

And the ice is very dense.

So, we believe

we can take it over.


We estimate that has

-Something like...

-All right.

Make sure that all

keep the radio off.

I do not want

no information leak.

We have a crane

or something appropriate for this?

Yes It's already there.

Everything is prepared.

I am Peder, by the way.


-Nice to meet you.

You already took care of everything.

I do not need me.

What about him?

It seems a little disinterested.

That's Lars.

He does not understand English,

but it works like a bear.

And, as seen in images

the spacecraft dug a tunnel

Let me get this straight.

He hit a glacier.

And without enough information

he left the interior

welcoming the ship?

Maybe he was wounded and was

seeking a warmer place.

It seems that he did not.

What would be the weight

for shipping?

To cut it down to a size

we can carry,

we have to do it

from here to here.

Start with 4 inches.

I never believed in these things.

I always believed.


-Almost there.



But before we do that,

I'll take a tissue sample.

Do you really think is a good idea?

Yes, I think.

The conditions are unpredictable

and we have no

appropriate equipment.

Sterilization is a problem.

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