A Nearly Perfect Blue Sky ("Un ciel bleu presque parfait")
Simon lives in the ruins of a lonely desert farm. He is not, however, alone. Caregiver to a gravely ill roommate from a childhood long past and in regular contact with beings from a far-away place, Simon’s home life is very full indeed. An outright nightmare of a film, brilliantly directed with moments of unbearable intensity, A NEARLY PERFECT BLUE SKY immediately joins the ranks of the all-time great breakout shorts of the genre, alongside such masterpieces as CARNE, LOVE FROM MOTHER ONLY, AFTERMATH, THE SEPARATION and CUTTING MOMENTS. Brace yourself.
— Mitch Davis