|Directed by Nicholas Pye and Sheila Pye|
|Canada, 2006 (avant-garde, 14 minutes, colour, English)|
"In this experimental film, a man and a woman (played by the directors) inhabit a three-room house where they test and torment each other with childish and destructive rituals. Shifting between waking and dream space, Life of Errors is an astute meditation on how a couple unmakes love."
-- Agata Smoluch Del Sorbo (source)