Grzegorz Jonkajtys, director of Cannes-nominated animated short "Ark," writes to tell us that he's finished a new dystopian short called "The 3rd Letter." We've got art and a teaser from this nightmarish world of evil health insurance bureaucracy.

Here's the synopsis:

"The 3rd Letter" is a distinctive dystopian vision where humans utterly depend on health-care and technology to withstand the deteriorating climate. Set against a polluted, megalopolis world, the tragic tale of Jeffrey Brief (Rodrigo Lopresti) unfolds; Faced with the imminent loss of his crucial health insurance, Brief unwittingly unravels a dark truth behind his insurance company. He is subsequently pushed to unspeakable lengths in an attempt for survival.

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Find out more about the movie at the official website.

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