A 2006 almost entirely dialog-free science fiction short film from Juan Carlos Vargas, who wrote it, directed it, and created the lion's share of the FX.
You can watch the entire film on YouTube.
This film provides examples of:
- Action Girl/Cute Bruiser: It's Tiffany Shepis. With a ray gun. Duh.
- Crapsack Planet
- Do-Anything Robot/Easily Detachable Robot Parts - Even after large chunks of its body are blasted away, the robot can rebuild/reconfigure itself on the fly and resume the attack.
- Duel of Seduction: Between The Man and The Woman. What were YOU thinking of? Ick.
- Gambit Pileup: A large chunk of the film consists of each character imagining how he/she/it would take out the others. Ends predictably with a Last Plan Standing.
- Killer Robot
- Mexican Standoff
- No Name Given: In the film's current form. Vargas' website does list each character's real name, which would also be revealed if plans to convert the short film to feature length come to fruition.
- Precision S-Strike - The only dialog in the entire film.
- Scavenger World
- Spaghetti Western - Vargas drew inspiration for the short from Sergio Leone movies.
- Survivalist Stash: Subverted. The Man has a shotgun, but no shells for it. The Woman has shells, but the battery of her ray gun is dying. The robot's battery would work fine with her ray gun. Et cetera.
- Used Future