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Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Suspense & Mystery

Mouse-X is a mystery/sci-fi story about Anderson, a man who wakes in a building with no idea where he is or how he got there, before slowly discovering that in each of the rooms around him are a thousand clones of himself, all of whom woke into the same mysterious scenario. To escape he needs to outwit his ‘selves’ whilst overcoming the realization that he is not the only Anderson…

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Writer/Director – Justin Tagg
Contact – [email protected]
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Twitter – @MouseXshortfilm
Featured as one of the best Sci-fi shorts of 2014:
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‘One of the best short films I’ve ever seen ‘
Matt Glasby – Film Critic, Total Film & GQ

“An Escher-like conundrum of a film that eats its own tail. Expertly crafted, warranting, (or perhaps demanding) repeat viewings.”
Peter Strickland – Wri/Dir Katalin Varga & Berberian Sound Studio

‘Very Impressive, Brazil meets Portal.’
Nev Pierce – Editor at Large, Empire

‘Excellent, intriguing and clever.It combines the best of Kafka and JG Ballard.Reminiscent of Christopher Nolan’s Doodlebug’
Jon Towlson – Starburst Magazine

‘Justin Tagg’s enigmatic short film Mouse-X will leave viewers puzzling over its cyclical narrative. Destined to be an instant hit.’
Short of the Week

‘A beautifully shot short film that dwells into the existence of the human soul’
Back to the Movies

‘I watched it and knew I had to share the hell out of it. Damn I want to see a feature out of this.’
Aint it Cool News

‘A Must-Watch!’

‘A fantastic Sci-Fi msytery mindtrip’
Geek tyrant

‘A great short. Well shot, good acting and a fantastic story.’
Live for Films


This description is from the short film’s original source, which can be found here: Mouse-X

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