Drifts (2010) - Watch Online. Directed by Ralph Pritchard

Genres Short    
Writers Ralph Pritchard (writer)
Country UK
Language English
Runtime 18 min
Plot A boy who kills another boy then takes some pills so he can go to sleep and forget about what he has done. However, his dream begins with his victim boasting to a smaller boy that he was the one doing the killing. The smaller boy doesn't believe him and finds it all a bit weird. As the two of them walk up the steps, the smaller boy says he is going off to get some food, promising the he will return. The smaller boy wanders around and finds another fairly small boy who he gets on with much better. They talk about words and vertigo. Meanwhile, the victim is still waiting for the smaller boy to come back and he is joined by a new character who keeps trying to talk to him about the killing. But the victim doesn't want to talk about. Then they part and the victim is left on his own again waiting. At this point we hear a commentary from the killer, who realizes that he is dreaming and describes what he has experienced. He ponders the situation and decides to leave the estate, hoping that he can leave his troubles and guilt behind. We see him leave.... search for Drifts on IMDb

Streaming resources for this Ralph Pritchard Short Movie

  • Drifts (2010) - IMDb

    Directed by Ralph Pritchard. With James McSweeney, James Heaney, Joss Bates, Ed Broadhurst. Friendship and dreams, set in the Barbican.


  • Drifts - a film by Ralph Pritchard - YouTube

    2010 (online cut, original length 18min25s) shown at the Portobello Film Festival 2010 directed by Ralph Pritchard starring James McSweeney, James Heaney, Joss Bates, Ed Broadhurst & Felix Todd.


  • Drifts (2010) - Plot Summary - IMDb

    Drifts (2010) Plot Summary. Showing all 2 plot summaries. ... - Written by Ralph Pritchard; Friendship and dreams, set in the Barbican. - Written by Ralph Pritchard; Synopsis. It looks like we don't have any Synopsis for this title yet.


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