We’ve had our eye on writer/director Fredrik S. Hana for quite some time. I personally became drawn to the filmmaker after his 2015 short film AUTUMN HARVEST. It’s an ominously beautiful piece of horror cinema that is every bit as ambiguous as it is grim. If you haven’t checked it out yet–I recommend you do so. But AUTUMN HARVEST has been available for quite some time. . . That’s not what we’re here for.

Late last year, Hana looked to capitalize on his recent success by launching a crowdfunding campaign for his next short film SISTER HELL {Review]. It promised to be a stark contrast from his previous work, and the trailer showcased a series of events that looked truly bizarre. We were lucky enough to get an early look at the finished product last year, and I assure you–It’s even stranger than the trailer let on. We’re THRILLED to share the finished product with you, so check out SISTER HELL right here, right now. . . if you dare:

A short film about a reclusive nun who is tempted to leave the monastery. Her dream is to become a curvy, voluptuous woman; to become how she really feels inside. With cautious steps, she ventures towards the sinful city…

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