- Director: Laura Scrivano
- Writer: Kim Ho
- Producer: Dan Prichard
A monologue written and delivered by a 17 year old.
It's beautifully filmed....the performance is a just little too actor-ish...too eloquent for a the usual tongue-tied 17 year old.
Ultimately, it comes over as an audition piece...possibly, not the intention.
"The aim was to pick up chicks by sounding like a Frenchman. Hasn't really worked out yet." Charlie's a mess. His best friend's not talking to him, he can't concentrate on his work...and now the clock's ticking on his french exam. But the courage to speak can come from the most unlikely places.