Video: Only, not how Welles described them on 30 October 1938 to thousands of petrified radio listeners. These peaceful aliens -- blessed with a majestic sense of timing -- touch down in a much quieter place, and are seen by just a handful of witnesses, chiefly a small boy whose curiosity overtakes any fear he might feel. That's what happens in Patrick Biesemans' dreamy sci-fi short Embers and Dust.