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UR Dead to Me

Country: New Zealand, Language: English, 10 mins

  • Director: Yonoko Li
  • Writer: Yonoko Li

CGiii Comment

What a horrible idea...delivering dead flowers with a vile message...who would want to do that?!?

It's a clever little film...it turns - quite unexpectedly - on itself!


Watch...

ur dead to me from Zsofi Pictures on Vimeo.

The(ir) Blurb...

Written and directed by Yonoko Li, a creative who seeks to explore the human condition and the female experience. Starring an all-female lead cast including Elle Wootton, Timmie Cameron, and Yvette Parsons (The Video Store, The Adventures of Suzy Boon), with guest appearances from Ranitea Petard and Samuel Ramirez.Working in association with Zsofi Pictures and shot on location in Auckland, New Zealand, Ur Dead to me, is Yonoko's latest short to hit the festival circuit. Featuring original music from kiwi artists Tausani, Sophie Mashlan, and This Pale Fire.

Cast & Characters

Timmie Cameron as Kimmy;
Samuel Ramirez Clarke as Gay Son;
Yvette Parsons as Francene;
Ranitea Petard as Anna;
Elle Wootton as Jordan

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