Subtle everyday situations.
London-based director Danny Sangra’s shorts are bound to put a smile – or grin – on your face. Not so much because they’re funny per se, but rather because they typically feature the type of dialogues and situations that most of us will be familiar with from our own personal histories. Just imagine the following situation: There you are, in a nearby park – replace with bar/train ride/waiting room, if required – when you suddenly spot the cool girl/guy you saw at last week’s party. Your mind goes into overdrive and the internal monologue commences. “Should I go up to them or would that make them think I’m a stalker?” Meanwhile, the object of your desire might be thinking, “Isn’t that the same person from last time… and here I am, looking like a mess again…”
Danny has an uncanny knack for capturing these subtle everyday situations and making us laugh in doing so, relieved to know we’re not the only ones these things happen to.