Year Released: 2003
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 15 minutes
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Life in Hollywood is never easy. But when you have the day that Sherman’s having, it can just be downright difficult.
Sherman (Michael Wormser) has just been fired from one of his many crappy jobs, blew an audition for a film, has a girlfriend that complains about his back hair (which is plentiful) and is generally looked at as a loser by everyone around him.
But with the help of a hip-cat street philosopher named Flash, Sherman picks up the pieces of his Hollywood dreams and attempts to pull himself out of the proverbial gutter.
While technically not the best short (sound being the biggest problem), “Where’s Sherman” is a charming short that has good acting and an excellent soundtrack.
Posted on August 1, 2003 in Reviews by Jim Agnew
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