Why Watch? I fell in love with Finite Films, the crew of creators who give themselves (and ask for) constraints on their short film projects, with their horror short Forest Falls. With this one, they tackle the romantic comedy genre with some interesting rules, and the result is something with more heart and humor than the Heigl-rific crap that passes for rom-coms these days.

In Occupational Hazards, a teacher with debilitating social anxiety braves a party to catch the eye of a guy she likes. It’s twitchy, sweet, dangerous, and it’s definitely smile-inducing.

What does it cost? Just 20 minutes of your time.

Trust us. You have time for more short films.

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