The Working Man Trilogy: Three short films by Mark Thimijan
Part I: Consumer in Training. A young boy has a strange encounter with a man who has a giant bug on his suit. The experience influences him and soon he learns the harsh realities of consumerism. 2002. 12 minutes.
Part II: The Girl who could run 600 miles per hour.
An average office worker becomes trapped in a meaningless routine. Every morning, he is forced to move aside for a larger man who will not acknowledge his existence. Inside the office, he tries to connect with a beautiful, self-centered co-worker who always empties the coffee pot right before he enters the breakroom. When his week continues to get worse, he heads out of town to get away from the daily grind. A chance encounter with a girl who can run 600 miles per hour changes his outlook on life forever. 2006. 21 minutes.
Part III: Mister Coffey.
Mister Coffey loves coffee more than anything, in fact itâs the only thing he loves. His days at work consist of drinking coffee, thinking about drinking coffee, and drinking more coffee. A sudden medical condition afflicts him and he must make a serious choice in life. Either quit drinking coffee or quit living. 2003. 20 minutes
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