The grainy images are both utterly mundane and deeply disturbing. They flicker past silently; the soundtrack to this short movie is long lost. Yet there's a soundless wail of horror behind these simple scenes — of a group of men erecting a low, tarpaper-covered building; a woman hanging laundry; a group of young boys playing ball — a wail that builds as it becomes clear that the people at the end of the film are trapped inside the buildings being assembled... More >>>