I saw this at a shorts program for Group101 at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles. They are a film-making group that you join, and you make one film a month for six months. So this director wrote and shot and edited this film in only 30 days, and it's better than most films people take much longer to make.
This very short but very touching film had the audience deeply moved. It was so simple but with a nice twist that you couldn't help but feel emotional when watching it. Usually short films go for the laughs, but this one went for the drama without being heavy handed.
If you ever get a chance to see this, you should.
And, yeah, I cried a little at the end - but so would anyone with a pulse.
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