For some time now, we’ve been in love with the art of short filmmaking, but we’ve never found a good way to cover them. So once a week, we will bring you a short film that we’ve enjoyed, or that we find interesting, in a new feature we call Sunday Shorts. This week, Sunday Shorts presents…
Written and directed by: Rob v. d. Velden & Barend de Voogd
Debuted at: 2009 Lund Fantastisk Film Festival
Official Synopsis: If you love beer, maybe you shouldn’t work in a brewery. Head brew master Herman values his lager more than his life. During one of his drunken sprees he topples over into a beer kettle. An event that will prove to have strange effects on his colleagues, a group of Japanese tourists, and eventually: the typical Dutch tradition of Queen’s Day.
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