|Directed by Ann Marie Fleming|
|Canada, 1993 (avant-garde / fiction, 7 minutes, colour)|
"Ann Marie Fleming's quirky Buckingham Palace tunes in on a one-sided conversation between a man and a woman on a deserted beach. The man stares out into the lake, whining on about meaningless details of what he has and hasn't done with his life. The silent woman finally explodes and puts him out of her misery."
-- David McIntosh (source)
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|Written by:||Ann Marie Fleming|
|Produced by:||Ann Marie Fleming|