A grieving young boy accidentally injures a girl and leaves her in the snow. As the weight of his decision presses upon him, he sets back out to find her before it's too late.
감독은 자신의 어린 시절 경험을 바탕으로 외향성을 강요하는 서구 교육방식의 획일성에 문제를 느끼고 있어 이를 지적하고 싶다고도 했다. 마지막 장면에서 아리의 예상치 못한 행동은 자신 만의 방식으로 감정을 표현한 것으로 볼 수 있을 것 같다. 감독은 최신작 가 좋은 반응을 얻고 있으며, 자신의 첫 장편영화를 준비 중이다.
Alex Murawski was born and raised in Sydney Australia and lives part time in New York City. He studied film directing at the Australian Film Television and Radio School where he won the Myer Award for Exceptional Talent. His graduate short film KISS screened at festivals across the world including the 2012 Berlinale Generation 14Plus. In 2013 Alex was selected as director attachment to Bruce Beresford for the production of Bonnie & Clyde and in 2014 he received Hot Shots Program funding through Screen Australia to make the short film ARI, which premiered at TIFF Kids 2016 and continues to screen globally. He is a Screen Australia Talent Escalator recipient, MIFF Accelerator alumni and an inaugural Lexus Australia Short Film Fellowship winner. His short film SNOW screened at Sydney Film Festival.