Teddy Bear

Synopsis: A night of innocent online flirting between two college students suddenly takes a dark, violent turn when a virtual stalker terrorizes them in the real world.
Genre: Drama, Short, Thriller
Director(s): Jesse Krompier
Production: Film Movement
Rotten Tomatoes:
14 min

Aren't you going to eat?

No. I am kind of allergic to prawn

- Then why did you order it?

I don't know.

I didn't think it had prawns in it

In a prawn cocktail?

- Yes ...

What do you do for work?

I am co-owner of a tanning salon.

Sun City.

It's located on Beach Road.

Down behind the station.

Right. I know where that is.

It's a great place.


How about you?

I am a professional bodybuilder.

Can you live off of that?

- No, it's a little difficult.

But I also work as a gatekeeper

at Danish Crown.

Are you looking at my breasts?

- No.

You're staring at my breasts.

- No, not at all.

I was just looking at your necklace.



Where have you been?

I've been to the cinema with Lars.

I said that already.

No, you didn't.

- I did.

No, you didn't.

Don't contradict me.

Why is your phone off?

- Because I've been to the cinema.

What did you watch?

An American film.

It was really poor.

I'm really tired

so we can talk about it tomorrow.

I've been so worried.

I thought something had happened.

I get scared.

There's no reason for that.

It was just a misunderstanding.

And I am back home now after all, right?


I'm sorry.

Good night.

- Good night.

(Music from the radio)

(News on the radio)

That's a nice dress you're wearing.

- Thank you.

Did you remember to lock the door?

- Yes.

Are you sure?


Cheers, aunt. Cheers, Dennis.

Cheers, cousin. Cheers, sister.

- Cheers.

Yes ... It is not that

I am a good speaker at all.

But I want to say a few words in

occasion of this special day.

Thank you.

Thank you. Thank you.


- Cheers.


Well ... Did you enjoy yourself today?


He seemed happy, huh?

- Yes.

Now let's see if it lasts.

She doesn't even speak Danish.

Good night, mother.

- Good night.

Come on, Dennis.


Come on, Lars. The last set.

Ten reps, right?

- Yes.

It's fucking harder

than I thought.

Beautiful! Good, Dennis.

It's super, Dennis.

Thank you, darling.

They were pretty tough, huh?

- Yes.

I have asked the entire neighbourhood

if anyone wanted to help. But no.

This for that, right?

- Yes, of course.

Well, let's have a look.

I have collected some material

that you can borrow to look at.

There is some different stuff here.

About both beach and city life.

It is a beautiful country

and the people are incredibly sweet.

They're beautiful. It is easier

to make contact with them down there.

Take it home and look at it.

Give me a call if you want

to join me for a trip there.

Can you turn that off?

Can you turn it off?


- My offer from this Friday no longer stands.

Just so you know.

- Okay. That's fine.

You're actually not really my type.

- Okay.

Fair. Bye.

- Bye.

I'm thinking about

going to Germany next week.

To Germany?

- Yes.

Why so?

- There is a competition there.

You've not said anything about that.

- That's why I say it now.

Well that's nice.

Where is it in Germany?

- Dsseldorf.

How long will you be there?

A week. Maybe a little more.

You also have some

duties at home, you know.

I've lost my appetite.


I made breakfast.

Will you please come out?


Aren't you going to say goodbye?

- I am tired.

So you won't even say goodbye properly?


You have reached Ingrid and Dennis

Petersen's answering machine.

We are not home at the moment.

Leave a message at the tone.

Hi, Mom. It's me.

I just wanted to call and say,

I made it down here in one piece.

I had hoped to get hold of you,

but ... I'll call again later.

Well I'll see you.

I love you. Hey.

You have reached Ingrid and Dennis

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