It was produced as part of Sci-Fi London's 48 Hour film challenge and it's... well, it's kind of weird. It's about an affair, we think? And a guy commits suicide?
Either way, if you have ten minutes to spare, you could do worse than to watch it here on youtube.
This film presents examples of the following tropes:
- Arc Words: "I don't know what you're talking about", appropriately enough.
- Body Horror: The main character vomits up an eyeball at one point.
- Composite Character: In the script the final monologue is delivered by a fourth character called "T", unseen until now. The film has H2 deliver the monologue to the camera.
- Driven to Suicide: The main character, though it's not entirely clear if he went through with it.
- Dystopia: The first line in the movie sets up the world as this.In a future with mass unemployment, young people are forced to sell blood.
- Future Slang: Implied to be why everyone talks so funny.
- Love Triangle: Looks to be Type 4, with C and H2 in a relationship and H interested in H2.
- No Name Given: The main character, the rival, and the female lead are never named. The credits refer to them as "H", "C" and "H", respectively. Most other sources refer to the second H as H2.
- The script appears to refer to C as Coffey and H2 as Hauk.
- Most Writers Are Human: Averted. The script was written by a computer.
- One-Word Title: Also a Portmantitle.
- Parental Abandonment: Implied.I was the one who got on this rock with a child... and I left the other two behind.
- Portmantitle: "Sun" + "Spring"
- Rich Bitch: Rich Bastard: The other main character.We're going to see the money.
- Used Future: The first line in the movie sets up the world as this.In a future with mass unemployment, young people are forced to sell blood.
- Alternately, that may be the plot of the in-universe book Sunspring, which H picks up immediately before saying that line.
- Unusual Euphemism: "Well, I have to go to the skull!", although, it's not clear what it actually means... assuming it actually means anything at all.
- Word-Salad Humor: Played for drama.