An introverted corporate up-and-comer finds himself seriously distracted by his colleagues’ naked antics in Wayne Robinson’s playful portrait of psychological vulnerability in the modern workplace.
Sigmund is a shy up-and-comer at his firm. Under
consideration for a promotion, he attempts to focus on
work, but the office becomes a paralyzing trap, reflecting
his deepest subconscious issues: his colleagues
get naked and distract him with strange demands.
Foreclosure is an impressive take on the vulnerability
of the psyche in the modern workplace.