Today marks the birthday of the illustrious Hong Kong director John Woo who, 45 years ago, directed Accidentally, one of his very first films. The hallucinatory short stars the young director as a man whose love for a girl (likey, an apparition) leads him to commit a disturbing and obsessive act which, in the end, tears them both apart. It was originally a silent film, but this particular video has a stellar, haunting soundtrack from British industrial artist Lustmord that feels appropriately anguished. Woo also toys around with an elliptical editing style, especially in the second half, frequently cutting to black to demonstrate the passing of time while also mounting dread and unrest. For a college film, made at the very beginning of his career, it is a surprisingly chilling and well-crafted work.