A short film about a sex worker who witnesses a murder and is then chased by the murderer. The majority of the film is a chase sequence, reminiscent of Run Lola Run.
Spoilers: On two occasions the murderer is able to confront the witness and begs for her to simply hear his side of the story, implying that he might be somehow innocent. However, his actions aren't consistent with his words, as he is trying to physically grab her at this time, instead of maintaining a nonthreatening distance.
At the end of the film the witness is forced to kill the murderer in self defense, justifiably fearing for her own life. She herself is witnessed in this action, by a bystander, and the film implies that she is now the murderer and will have to chase down a witness of her own. Unfortunately, this twist really failed to land with me, as it felt logical that she would go to the police in this situation, rather than attempting a cover-up.
Otherwise, the film was visually striking and the twist, if not 'logical', was at least poetic. 6/10