Sonnigsburg is a mystery; a town in the woods that hasn't been visited for seventy years. Or so the legend goes. Nearby is the town of Mount Sunshine - and it's there that our main character, Savannah, stops on her way to research Sonnigsburg. Savannah's ex, Jade, has called her out of the blue, eight years after breaking-up and desperate for help - but when Savannah arrives in town and her past begins to catch up with her, the history of the town begins to seep through the cracks and she realises that the residents of Mount Sunshine are all haunted in their own way.
Runtime: 50 minutes
Sonnigsburg - Glenn Triggs - Netflix
Glenn Triggs (born April 1, 1983) is an Australian film writer, director, producer, editor and music composer who has directed such films as The Comet Kids (2017), 41 (2012), Apocalyptic (2014) and Cinemaphobia (2009). Triggs grew up in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. In his final year of high school Triggs’s first attempt at a feature film, No One, was selected for the Top Arts awards. Triggs studied film and television at the Victorian College of the Arts in 2003 at the age of 19 and went on to write, produce and direct over 40 short films and 6 features independently, including Cinnamon Rain (2001), The Babyslitter (2003) and Lunar (2005).
Sonnigsburg - No-One - Netflix
Top Arts (Australia) Finalist (2001)
Sonnigsburg - References - Netflix