If you’re disappointed with David Lynch’s lack of recent output, this new short from London-based auteur Alexander Sebley could be right up your flag pole. Set in the astral planes of London, ‘The Wood The People’ has all the elements of a Lynchian terror dream: freaky men, freaky women (both wearing red, naturally), and lots of woodland imagery.

Accompanied by a experimental jazz soundtrack from Mutado Pintado and Jonathan Dryden, it’s possibly the most beautiful movie ever to feature a peeping tom, a piano and a pair of pants in a tree. Enjoy.

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