In a month where we showcased films about Incels, a “Murder House” and an interfering A.I. assistant, it’s no surprise that the trio of films that make-up this month’s ‘Best of’ selection is a real celebration of the surreal.

Prepare yourself for a journey through the bizarre in this 43-minute playlist, as we follow a mysterious, childlike wanderer on an adventure across a multicultural landscape, join a family on a trip of mourning to the seaside and go behind-the-scenes of a multi-cam sitcom as clones wreak havoc on filming.

Drama Lucrèce Andreae

Pépé Le Morse (Grandpa Walrus)

On a windy and cloudy beach, Granny is praying, Mum is shouting, the sisters don’t care, Lucas is alone. Grandpa was a weird guy, now he’s dead.

Comedy Philip Burgers & Kitao Sakurai

The Passage

Follow Phil, a sweetly mysterious and childlike wanderer, as he adventures across a surreal multicultural landscape in order to escape the clutches of two bumbling pursuers – all without uttering a single word. Through a comedic lens, The Passage explores immigrant cultures, the longing for human connection, and the tragedy of never being able to find peace.

Horror Eros Vlahos

Right Place, Wrong Tim

During a routine live taping, the cast of thespians are suddenly derailed by the entrance of a clone of Tim.

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