The Lunch Date

I remember seeing this short by Adam Davidson a couple years ago and falling in love with the simplicity of the story. The situation is unique and executed perfectly. I love the music’s effect on the film, and how it helps frame the emotions in the movie. There is a nice message to the film, and while short, both the characters develop, change, and learn lessons by the time the film is over. The woman is both a pain in the ass, and easy to sympathize with, and her reactions are priceless.

This short is the perfect example of how strong simplicity is when telling a story. A complex story line is not necessary in order to have character, climax, and resolution, in just ten minutes. The movie features an arc, with a twist, and I think all in all, it’s a feel good, well-made classic.

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