“This short film is big on ideas. Interestingly, one leaves a screening wondering what one just saw, as the line between real and surreal, real life and expressionism, blur. But I found this compelling, eerie, and unnerving, and think any viewer would, too.”
- David Andrusia, author of Perfect Pitch
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In the summer of 1985, the San Francisco police unearthed a grisly discovery.
The bodies of 25 victims, men, women and children were found, on a
remote ranch along with a homemade dungeon and explicit videotapes. Two
men were arrested for the horrific murders, but only one would face prosecution. This turned out to be one of the most grim, devious and damning
cases in California history. This is the true story of Charles Ng, the first
Chinese serial killer in America.