Written and directed by Justin Tagg, Mouse X is a dialogue-free, mind-binding sci-fi short film inspired by the infinity-exploring works of Dutch painter M.C. Escher. A man wakes up in a room, with nothing but a book, a mouse and a large mouse hole. He tries to make his escape but soon discovers he is part of something weird and, ultimately, infinite. Although very different, it calls to mind the Oscar-winning short animation Tango. It is also one of the many successful short films cut by British editor Jim Page, who sees the film as exploring the "nature of choice, individuality and fate". If you like the short film Mouse X by Justin Tagg, be sure to rate it and share it.

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