Heron was shot on 16mm, on borrowed time and for a miniscule amount of money. It tells the tale of a lonely man (played by Nathan Godkin) living in a starkly furnished cardboard world attempting to write poetry on his computer late at night. A noise at the window disturbs him but he sees nothing and decides to retire for the evening. He is greeted in the morning by a strange visitor... Directed by Gary McQuiggin Shot by Nicholas Middleton

A short film about loneliness and cardboard.
Shot on Super16 in 2008

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