Why Watch? Because you’ve gotta keep it at room temperature.

What works best about this short, and all the shorts in the Conversations Between Two People Who Have Known Each Other For a Long Time series is that it takes the mundane and makes it magical.

These are the parts of scripts that would be cut out (or magnified for a Wes Anderson film), and yet with the right set up, there’s something endearingly funny about the scenario. This is definitely not escapism. This is your boring life shot really, really well.

What does it cost? Just 2 minutes of your time.

Check out Tuna for yourself:

TUNA (2011)

Trust us. You have time for more short films.

Hat tip to Adi E. for sending this my way.


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