The Chocolate Acrobat (38 mins)
Etta is an elderly acrobat incarcerated in a care home. One night, a ghostly presence brings Etta into contact with Alice, a young night nurse. Etta discovers that Alice's touch brings ecstatic, disturbing memories to life, but Alice has a morbid fear of physical contact.
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