I watched this film on Netflix when I was really bored several years ago, but can’t recall the exact year. It wasn’t the length of a full feature film — probably doesn’t even hit 40 minutes. Wasn’t high budget at all (as far as I know) and can’t check my Netflix browsing history as that account has been deleted. Might not be on Netflix anymore.
The main character was a guy (his 30’s?) and I believe the setting was UK-based. The man had an accent that wasn’t American English. I really don’t remember what the plot was, but this man met multiple clones/siblings/doppelgangers of himself. Literally nothing happened in the film whatsoever aside from long monologues/dialogues between these clones. I don’t believe there were any other actors in this film, but there may have been someone briefly in passing or so.
Film felt a little experimental/theatrical, maybe there were some comedic elements but it sure wasn’t a “comedy”. Felt like a drama that was recorded by just this one guy with a professional camcorder.
Overall, there were at least 5 “clones” of this dude, and if I recall correctly, one of them died/was killed.
Heck, maybe there were no clones at all, and this man was just “crazy” and it was a film about mental illness.
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Dupe, i think.