This one is set some time after a brutal murder has been committed and the police investigation is finished. We follow the activities of a crime scene clean-up specialist whose job is to remove the grisly traces of the crime from the home. Obviously, some traces are easier to remove than others.
Cleansed is over ten minutes long, a rarity for Fewdio. Does it drag? Not really. The film is mostly silent, letting the condition of the house tell the story. We can figure out what’s happened from a wall of photographs and which two rooms are covered in blood. Even the cleaner’s dialogue in the beginning, which at first comes off as needless character exploration, provides a vital clue to what is happening. My favorite detail in this one is the dead woman’s ankles.
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