This reminded me of "120 Hours on Osdom", one of my favourite 48 Hour films. They used the low budget stylings nicely. Well set up, with a clear narrative and executed with good humour.
The Ultimate Fate
This film got a lot of laugh from me, and I love the budget robotic style. I thought this was cleverly done and has a good story. Some shots are a little too dark in my opinion, but overall I enjoyed this film very much.
In the future a rigid insurance policy will keep you well protected... even when you're trying to kill yourself. This premise resulted in a deadpan quirky film. I loved the cardboard bionic prosthetics and the vfx.
VERY LO-FI AND THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH THAT BUT I'M A STICKLER FOR AUDIO. INVENTIVE FILM.