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Lost Property by Asa Lucander

A lonely woman goes to the 'lost and found' every day. Then, he sees the photograph in her hand. She finds what she’s looking for at 3:56…

A kind old man works at a lost and found. Every day, an old lady comes in looking for something she’s lost. She shows him a photograph of the item and he takes her through the corridor of doors into rooms filled with lost belongings.

Each day, the old lady comes in looking for a new item, and each time, he patiently helps her look for it. But as the failures grow, hopes are faded and losses feel stronger.

Desperate to help the old lady, the old man tries harder and harder. And with each increased effort, the rooms go deeper, the expectations grow higher and the experience gets richer.



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