Catching her husband with another girl, a woman (Deneen Melody) decides
to take her own life - not so much as a result from careful consideration
and hindsight but acting out of impulse. Now she lies in her bathtub, and
her life drips away from her, one drop of blood at a time, and she starts
to remember her good times besides her bad, starts to cling to life more
the less she has into her - but will she be able to save herself?
all else, Crestfallen, a film without any dialogue whatsoever, is a
moodpiece, a short that tells its rather rudimentary story in very
evocative pictures rather than lots of talk and action - and director
Jeremiah Kipp certainly has an eye for capturing the right images. Add to
this a pretty compelling performance by Deneen Melody, and you're left
with a pretty impressive short ... though be warned: better not watch this
when suffering from depressions!