The Haunted, Youth-Zapping Apartment in Vienna
Anna should have had a closer look at the fine-print of her rental contract—for the old Viennese apartment is a creature with never-ending appetite, living off the youth of its residents.
At first, the apartment seemed like a fantastic deal that she just could not give up—government subsidized and fully furnished, though not with the kind of decor Anna would like. The previous resident, an old woman, had more "classical" tastes. Anna is also feeling vulnerable, she has just broken up with her boyfriend and is looking for a place to live alone.
As soon as she accepts, the former resident leaves immediately without packing anything up, which Anna finds very curious. Next, Anna decides to settle in and redecorate a little to make the place more her own, but she finds that as soon as she changes anything it mysteriously goes right back to its original state. After other strange occurrences, a perplexed Anna tries to get answers from her landlord but he says she signed a lease and can't get out of her rental contract unless she finds someone else to rent the apartment.
Anna also notices that she is prematurely aging and goes to a doctor for help, but the doctor doesn't believe her and refers her to a psychiatrist. Rather than spending another night in her apartment, Anna checks into a hotel. However, she awakes in horror to find that she has aged even more in one night from being away from the cursed apartment.
Desperate, Anna returns to the apartment and tries to rent it out with her crooked landlord's help. Serendipitously, Anna's ex-boyfriend and his new girlfriend come to the open house and try to rent the apartment. Anna is just about to sign away the apartment to them when she has a change of heart and feels guilty entrapping them in this nightmare.
Will Anna be able to escape her haunted apartment's diabolical clutches in time to save her own life?
"Vienna Waits for You," courtesy of filmmakers Dominik Hartl and Diego Breit.