Forever, my love.
Missing his sweetheart, the ever-romantic Mr. Right decides to reach out to the love of his life the old-fashioned way, through a poetic love letter. But when her reply is not at all what he expected he must pick up the broken pieces to mend and restore the memory.
Mr. Right’s Change in Perspective
In this story we find Mr. Right, the silent surrealist, struggling with the burden of bad news. ‘Recession’, ‘Bankruptcy’, ‘Death’ – all news headlines that surround Mr. Right in his study. Chained to his desk and bombarded with headlines of bad news, Mr. Right feels like he needs to escape. After seeing the world outside …
Mr. Right has Tea
Mr. Right sits down at a picnic table in the park to have his afternoon tea. Befuddled by the lack of a tea cup he resorts to a magical way to make his tea. Filmed by Christopher Kennedy Edited by Jordan Wright and Christopher Kennedy
Mr. Right Solves a Puzzle
Mr. Right often feels like he doesn’t fit in. It is easy to feel like our world is a giant complex puzzle with pieces fitting together neatly and perfectly while off to the side there’s that extra piece that doesn’t seem to belong. Sometimes you just have to work a little harder and look a …
Mr. Right’s Nutty Lunch
Mr. Right experiences a surreal sequence of events as he tries to make his lunch.
Mr. Right’s Bee-utiful Day
Mr. Right unexpectedly gets interrupted while reading his newspaper.
Mr. Right Visits Seattle
A look back at great memories from Mr. Right’s trip to Seattle, Washington in December 2011. Filmed by Aaron Tuttle
Mr. Right’s Home Cooking
The ever resourceful Mr. Right shows us his unique approach to cooking.