From the moment it begins, it easily brings you into the atmosphere and if imagined with music and visual atmosphere it can be a good short. It never drags and you quite never feel like the characters are being forced to say what the writer wants them to say.It's definitely the best that can be done with the "they were dead the whole time" concept. I couldn't help but roll my eyes when it was said and I thought it was kind of obviuos from the start, but the dialogue was so organic and fluid that I enjoyed watching them in front of the grave, talking about a loved one (I even found myself doing some shot planning in my head while reading it). And that's my main problem with it, it shines best when it's not trying to create suspense. It finnishes strong but if you take the ending it's not a horror story, although with a well established atmosphere, it could work as one.