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Neely Dunne, the local postman, has a naive view that the world is a simple place where everything seems just right.
While doing his rounds, Neely’s world takes a turn when he meets Frank Byrne.
Neely tries to make sense of the situation, only to find he is the only one in town who doesn't know. Neely’s Wife, Nora however has a worldly warm charm that gently steers him through the trials and tribulations of raising their two sons.
Neely connects more with Cain, being a footballer, athlete and sports fan, while he struggles to find common ground with Able.
Nora, the anchor of the family insists Neely gives Able a chance.
Able has a visit from four beautiful girls and Neely’s curiosity gets the better of him even against Nora’s explicit instructions.
As usual Neely ends up the worse for wear. Will Neely bond with his son Abel?
"Outlier" is a dream-like, pseudo-experimental short film that focuses on themes of identity, capitalism, filmmaking, absurdism, profession and artistic pursuit. Beginning with the viewing of a lecture given by a theatre director focused on acting, the story rises into a desolate prairie where two opposing characters journey into their own metaphysical outcomes and enlightenments. "Outlier" entangles abstracted concepts of method acting, probability, cordyceps and quantum physics. To resemble the inherent feeling succeeding a notable lifetime experience in conclusion, the film attempts to provoke a feeling of amble and lostness.
This little musical story of the faith in a fairy tale. In the life of every girl there was the first love - a cyclist boy from the next door, courageous savior and protector. And woman at any age continues to dream about him - about her boy from the distant childhood... She believes that he will save her from life's complex problems...
A prostitute, driven to despair by nasty claims of a client, runs away from the bordel. A guardsman chases her through the streets. Exhausted, a woman and her pursuer pass a street-musician, who makes magic – he turns a metal statuette of a cyclist into a real one. The resurgent defends the woman. The offender is punished. So, happy and enamored, the prostitute and the cyclist holding the hands come along the street. But it’s just a dream. The reality turns to be unexpected and mundane. A bride had fallen asleep in a car before her wedding. Her fiance wakes her up and we recognize her offender from her odd pre-wedding dream.