deadCenter Review: ‘How It’s Done’
Screened as part of Comedy Shorts
“How It’s Done”
Directed by Michael O’Kelly
Internal conversation is at the forefront in “How It’s Done,” led by the rubber-faced Steve Furst, who stars as a bus patron who makes soggy toast look imposing. The man simply tries to read his book and mind his own business, but a bold man’s entreaties to a buttoned-up woman in the back of the bus become rather distracting.
Furst stares into the camera for much of the film, anguished faces accompanied by pathetic narration, and his one attempt to follow in the footsteps of his much bolder fellow rider don’t end too well. Sometimes it’s just best to keep your face buried in a book.
Grade: 3 1/2 out of 4 Stars
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