Why Watch? Because we’ve all been there.

Maybe it’s the premise or the performances, but there’s something effortlessly endearing about this short. A doofy guy has zero luck with the ladies at the bar, but he hits on the idea that millions have had before: starting a band.

Fortunately, instead of being a drunken light bulb that soon fizzles out, young Eric takes it far, far too seriously.

It’s light fare, but it all works, especially the poor man’s Steve Martin playing a fantastically sleazy band manager.

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

Check out Meeting Girls for yourself:

MEETING GIRLS (2008)

Trust us. You have time for more short films.


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