“Milk & Eggs (don’t mix)” by Pearl Scott is about two girls who get summer jobs working the night shift at a grocery store. On their first day, however, they start off on the wrong foot. These negative first impressions fuel resentment, setting the stage for a long, insufferable summer.
“OH NO NO NO!”
“Don’t worry about that, the egg shipments will be by later, we can just use those.”
“That WAS the egg shipment!
This film stands out with its fusion of shifting colors, music, and depth of character that is revealed in breadcrumbs throughout the film.
“It was extremely difficult, endlessly daunting, but one hundred percent worth it. Narrative Lab was the hardest thing I’ve ever done related to film, and I wasn’t convinced I was even ready for it! As much as the classes prepare you, I had no clue what I was doing until I was on set! Reel Works taught me everything I needed to know thoroughly and perfectly, but in the end, it’s all up to you to take that knowledge and put it towards an experience. And you never truly feel ready until you’re in it, and I’m so happy that the Narrative Lab teachers, ReelWorks staff, and fellow students were by my side during the entire journey. This is something I definitely couldn’t have done without them.” – Pearl Scott
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