JUMP - A film by Ryan O’Kane and James Conway-Law
Come to the end of his tether, a man looks to end it all. As he contemplates his choice, he finds a sounding board in the most unlikely of confidants.
This short film explores the very serious issue of suicide, that faces NZ and Australian men between the ages of 18-25. Inspired by theatrical groups like the Naked Samoans, this short hopes to foster awareness and discussion through humor and a lighter take on a taboo subject.
Sick of the competition, a man susses out the perfect spot to try his luck with the ladies.
Completed on a micro budget and a few favours, this short skit is the pleasant outcome of ‘getting the ball rolling’.