Solving the above riddle will help you decipher the theme of this month’s playlist. If you are having a difficult time cracking it, watch the shorts included in the playlist below and the solution should become apparent.
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Selected shorts include: A baby is witness to the deteriorating relationship of his parents in Joe Cobden’s Oh Baby; in Fading Fast, by Brad Smith, Ten-year-old Ben thinks he has only a few hours to live; two brothers share a moment of confusion while trying to make sense of family dynamics in Hidden Driveway by Sarah Goodman; in Superhero Wannabe directed by Patricia Harris Seeley, a 16-year-old boy dreams of being special; a father and son re-enact the Upper Canada Rebellion and reestablish the loyalty between them in Living History by Isaac Cravit; after breaking up with his girlfriend, continuity begins to break in Ian Tuason’s Continuity Problems; in Marv Freetell’s Wedding Day by Tricia Lee, Marv Freetell gets stymied by technology while trying to marry his beloved; The Last Exit by Nicolas Poteet is a colourfully animated take on a familiar mid-life crisis, that of being stuck in the rut between work and family life; an elderly old-school show biz entertainer gives her all during her last performance in Francine Zuckerman’s Ladies and Gentlemen: Biddie Schitzerman; and two elderly strangers engage in an unusual courtship in Jamie Cussen’s The Balcony Affair.