An Unfortunate Event Involving an Elderly Transylvanian Man (Short Film)
An Unfortunate Event Involving an Elderly Transylvanian Man is a partially unfinished short-film directed by Sgt. Neptune. The short film stars Sgt. Neptune as The Old Man, Harry Sinfield as Carol, and Charlotte Miskin as Bob. The film was released on April 9, 2018 and is the debut film of Sgt. Neptune.
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An old man wakes up in a small paddling pool filled with ice on a dirty tractor shed with his eyes stitched shut. He discovers his eyeballs were removed from his sockets and stolen. The old man discovers he is mysteriously still able to see out of his right eye which is in the eye socket of an Australian war Veteran lying in a hospital bed, the old man can see via his point of view. The vet pulls out his phone and the old man sees the vets phone number and calls him on his own phone. On a hallway, the war vet's phone rings, he pulls out his phone and anwears it. The old man is on the other side yelling at him and demanding his eyeball back, the vet scoffs at him until the old man asks him to look around. The old man sees an old lady with his hand stuck in a toaster and points it out to the war veteran. The vet is inexplicably convinced and asks "What's going on." The old man threatens to track the vet down and kill him. The old man puts his clothes back on and stumbles out of the shed and into an empty field. The vet walks out of the hospital and into his car, driving away. The vet still hasn't hung up with the old man, the old man pulls his phone and resumes the conversation. The old man can now see out of his right eye and sees the point of view of a woman receiving his right eye by a black market surgeon in an abandoned medieval castle. The woman shows opens his phone and reveals his phone number. The woman answers his call and the old man explains his situation, the woman on the other side is sympathetic and explains that this situation happens to his family all of the time. The old man tells her his address and the woman hangs up and drives away. The woman barely makes it out of the driveway before the woman's car and the war veteran's car crash into each other, leaving the old man bling once more. The old man is infuriated and stumbles over to his car, he sits on the drivers seat and pulls out a gun from a compartment below the passenger's seat. The old man realises he can't drive before a woman on a 70's Ford Mustang. The old man runs over to the car and holds the woman at gunpoint and demands the woman to take him to the hospital. The old man runs over to the passenger's seat, still holding the gun to the woman, he gets in and yells at her to drive. The woman speeds to the hospital.
In a hospital room the war vet and the black market woman ate laying on opposite hospital beds, covered in bandages. The old man kicks open the door, storms in and point's a gun at the man and woman, still demanding his eyeballs. The war vet pleas with the old man not to shoot them. The old man walks over and pulls out the right eye out of the war veterans socket and the left eye out of the black market woman's socket. The old man sticks both the eyes in his sockets, bringing his sight back. The old man smiles and runs out of the room. The war veteran and the woman are left covered in blood with empty eye sockets. They both look over at each other, the war vet says his name is Carol, the black market woman says her name is Bob, they both smile at each other.
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