Video: In chilling Swedish short Reset, a little girl lives in rural isolation with her doting mother. Every month, they receive a new letter from the girl's equally doting father, who's toiling in some faraway land. The title offers a bit of a hint, but nothing is what it seems at first in this spooky sci-fi tale of innocence lost.
A Child Discovers Her Reality Is Not What It Seems In Suspenseful Short Reset
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