Baggage is a tripped out, weird necrophiliac love story. In a series of surrealistic events we follow Benjamin during his daily duties. Clues are subtly laid out for you, the viewer to try and put two and two together thanks to some very unique visions and overtones. In the end Benjamin shoots himself in the chin and the bullet goes out his ear. He stumbles toward the bedroom and lays down next to his wife one final time.
With a Hitchcockian vibe Baggage is one of the best outings I’ve had in months and it’s only a short. Kipp seems to take anything he does and makes it a beautiful tragedy regardless of the time allotted. His expertise along with Rob Dimension’s somber one man performance makes this such a great film to endure.