You've got to watch this incredible, unconventional short film called The Last Ten. I loved this thing. It's beautifully shot and the story is intriguing. It was written and directed by David Higgs, and the story shows us the last ten minutes of a man's life. I absolutely love how the director played with the lighting and sound in the short. This is the kind of film that I think Alfred Hitchcock would be proud of. Here's brief synopsis:
A nameless man arrives home one evening, he steps in from the pouring rain and contemplates the towering stairwell that separates him from his apartment. He begins his ascent, unaware of the impending disaster that awaits him at the top. He has ten minutes left to live. His wife has even less.
Once you start watching this you wont be able to stop. It's just so damn good!