A high-rise building near the forest is famous for its carefully curated community. When a dog disappears and her daughter refuses to leave the bathroom, security officer ANNA faces an absurd battle against an irrational fear, that slowly spreads amongst the residents and rattles this utopia with a view.
“A high wire act of tension in daylight, “We Might As Well Be Dead” is a scruples dark comedy that speaks a truth too few are ready to acknowledge and explore regarding ingrained imperialism and social bias.” – Elements of Madness
“We Might As Well Be Dead skewers our own potential for us all to fall prey to paranoia. All the more terrifying is that, as we see over and over again, we likely won’t heed its warning.” – Collider
“Chock full of social commentary, We Might As Well Be Dead is an impressive debut from director Sinelnikova.” – Film Pulse
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