On My Way
All Films • 01-Jun-2018
Told as a series of texts between two friends dreading their planned hang, “On My Way,” directed by Mary Dauterman, is a 90 second comedy about not wanting to leave the house. We watch in split screen as the two young women — one snacking and watching TV, the other lounging comfortably in bed — prep for their supposed night out. Perfectly captures the lies and excuses we employ to avoid our friends.
Directed by Mary Dauterman. Written and edited by Mary Dauterman and Chelsea Marshall. Starring SJ Son and Jenny Donheiser. Cinematography by Kenny Suleimanagich.
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