David and Andrew have been best friends since they were nine. Not exactly the dynamic duo, they share a house situated between two motorway flyovers. Andrew is a chronic agoraphobe, and David is a less than successful salesman for a company that sells wire.
One day, the events in their already delicate lives come to a head and their world falls apart. Literally.
Outside the confines of their home is nothing. Nada. Niente. Zilch. The whole world has gone and there is only white, an eternity of white, bouncy white nothingness.
Overcoming his fear of the great outdoors Andrew joins David as they gear up to explore the great unknown, where they discover they can make everything they hate, that’s left, disappear.
This is a totally bizarre and extremely funny film from the fervent imagination of Vincenzo Natali (CUBE). It is a nihilist’s dream, which shows that not only is there nothing to fear, but there is also no need to fear nothing.
It has never been seen in the UK and there are no plans for a DVD release – this may be the only chance to see this excellent movie.