"Restructuring Michael Swift" is a six-minute dark comedy that satirizes the current state of affairs in corporate America. "Michael Swift" is a hard working, dedicated employee who endures the endless stress and acute paranoia experienced within a downsizing corporation. Hilarious, sad, and poignant, the film is relevant today. Based of director Douglas Lamore's own work experience, the film takes a closer look at the demoralizing effect of layoffs on those who are left to cover the work. It's a film that will resonate with anyone who has worked in corporate America. Written by
Brian Harrison Mack
Reducing overhead. Downsizing sanity.