Songwriter Elmore Dean (Timothy J. Cox) seems to have made it to the
top, now that the papers are writing about him, and today ought to be the
day of his life, the pinnacle of his career - when his apartment starts to
act up, like the water tap and the gas stove coming on by themselves,
shelves collapsing spontaneously, pictures on the wall starting to shake
and the like. But of course, the day can still get worse ...
fun little film that could have gone the horror route but instead chooses
to play a comic riff on Murphy's law, and it leaves it open to
interpretation if what we see is actually happen or is just happening in
the protagonist's head. And a strong, dialogue-less performance by Timothy
J. Cox and a very fluid direction and camerawork bring that to life rather
Fun for sure.