Little Red Light ain't no porno. This is a simple and sweet short tale about a husband, a wife, and a video camera. He gets the camera and is dying to make a video with her. She is not so enthused. In fact, she wants nothing to do with the camera at all, and locks herself in the bathroom. Crestfallen that she won't participate, he reluctantly hands over the camera, and she proves to be a much more demanding director than he had ever imagined.
The montage of goofing around for the camera is priceless improv from the writer/director Ben Weber, who a lot of people will recognize as Skippy from Sex in the City. It appeared at several festivals where it was well received. Well worth a look.
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