All Films • Comedy, Short Films, 02-Feb-2022
A romantic evening between colleagues takes a bizarre twist after the discovery of a secret hobby. “Johnny,” directed by Danny Scharar, is a WTF comedy that begins as a parody of boring date conversations and then becomes something very different. After we learn she considers herself shy (“I’m shy”), and that he knows how to cook (“food is incredible”), she takes a look around his apartment and the strangeness begins. Committed performances by Ruby McCollister and co-writer Jack Bensinger lead the way, alongside an inspired site gag. -KA. Executive Produced by Sunday Morning Digital. Directed by Danny Scharar. Written by Danny Scharar and Jack Bensinger. Starring Ruby McCollister and Jack Bensinger. Produced by Sam Blumenfeld, Danny Scharar, Jack Bensinger, John Connor Hammond, and Richie Doyle. DP: Todd Rawiszer. A/C: Joshua Gleiser. Sound: Nina Sundermeyer.
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