A shaky home video less than 30 second long.
A very distressed mother talking in Japanese.
An abrupt ending.
What is it all about? What does it mean?
You’re confused. You want to understand what the threat is. There is so little evidence:
The woman is a mother because she makes reference to the kids being safe.
She is in the dark, probably inside a room somewhere. She is talking in an Asian language, probably Japanese- and what she is saying has been subtitled. It’s probably not live then. She looks over her shoulder once or twice… is something coming for her? What is the symbol on the wall in the last frame? Is it cabbalistic? Or simply just a crude child’s drawing? Is there anything else to help unravel this?
The woman is distressed, but from her appearance seems unharmed… but what is it she fears? What is coming that she fears? She makes reference to “they” saying that we are safe if we stay inside… so do we assume they are the authorities and they know what’s going on?
You may draw similarities with the infamous Blair Witch Project scene illuminated with a battery torch where the woman talks to the camera from inside the tent. But this very short, very gripping ing video here achives its aim. It tantalises, but unnerves; something is wrong, but what? We yearn to know more- a few more clues. Search the video, frame-by-frame, second-by-second to see if there’s anything you’ve missed.
How do you take things forward? You don’t want to leave things here, unexplained…
Have a look: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3HsO0hZuUY
Will there be more??….
What happened to the woman at the end?