This ragged, jagged jugular bite of a film destroyed me. It's the most disjointed storytelling I've seen that actually creates a satisfying story. It's also amazing that a 14-minute story has so much going on that it can leave loose ends. It's jam-packed.
SPOILER ALERT: Don't read on until you've watched the above film, please.
My favorite part is the ballsy way the filmmaker approaches off-screen action: by having a the foul-mouthed stoner character, who can't possibly know the details of what's happening, tell us exactly what's happening--cock chopping and all--as it happens, and only at the end is it revealed that he was totally right.
This is a film I'll continue to revisit to stir up any stale linear ideas I struggle with. (I am actually writing a short right now that suffers from Abject Linearity, and this was just what the doctored ordered.)