Skwerl, a short film from London based film makers Brian and Karl, is a fascinating example of what English speakers sound like to people who don’t speak the language. The cadence, inflection, and words almost sound like English, but the phrases don’t make any sense. The actors’ incredible commitment to the story creates a brilliant discord as the viewer attempts to understand what they are saying. The story can almost be understood without any verbal context, but there are still too many unanswered questions. What did he do to upset her? What is the cake for? Why is she still wearing a party hat if she’s angry with him? Watch and see what it must feel like to be a foreigner visiting an English speaking country.