Terry Kendall (Brit-Charde Sellers) by no means leads the most exciting
life there is ... but reliability and persistance as well as sticking to
an almost too strict routine have made her employee of the month at the
supermarket she works at repeatedly, and she at least has the right to
hope that a promotion to store manager is right around the corner. And
then she meets Orange Green (Timothy J. Cox), a weird customer at the
super market who shows up every day at 2 pm to inquire which aisle the
chicken breasts are at (as if they weren't always in the same location).
The guy of course freaks her out, also due to his piercing eyes and
unwavering stare - so much so that she eventually is too afraid to go to
work. But when she asks her best friend, self-centered Traffy (Kimberly
David) for advice, the two only get amazingly hammered - even if the
situation is much more serious ...
Above all else, Terry
Kendall and Orange Green is just a very entertaining short, and in a
macabre way, too, which is helped by a script and directorial effort that
seems to above all else enjoy pure storytelling, a highly ironic approach
to its rather serious story, great characters embodied by a great cast,
and a rather fun voice-over narration by Anna Calabrese.