The Mind Job: Hilarious Sci-Fi Short Film About How Men Think (VIDEO)

MindJob2I orginally found this video on Short Of The Week who describe the video as, “When nice guy Zac finds his deepest fantasies inadvertently appearing on a computer screen, he has little hope of saving face, and even less of saving his relationship. The premise is certainly clever: after witnessing a petty crime, a couple is sent to a neurolab where their memories can be accessed and viewed in order to catch the crook. What seems like a good idea on paper turns into a humiliating hell for good guy Zac as his innermost memories are broadcast for all to see. You see, as your average guy will undoubtedly tell you, sometimes our thoughts ain’t exactly family friendly.

The Mind Job is a well-made movie that combines elements of impressive mind-reading technology and the reactions of what happens when a woman discovers what her husbands thoughts are about.

Short Of The Week quotes,

“Beyond keeping an eye out for the feature, be sure to follow Winlove’s ambitious upcoming project called “12 Shorts, 12 Months.” As the title may indicate, Winlove’s goal is to make 12 short films, one a month, for a year. You can keep up to date and support this tenacious endeavor by liking the project’s Facebook page.”

If you missed my last post, it also featured a Short Of The Week film call the Final Moments of Karl Brandt which I suggest you watch if you like thought-provocative, ethical concepts mixed with futuristic technology.

Basically what I’m saying is that Short Of The Week is an amazing resource for high-quality movies that can catch you utterly by surprise. I recommend you check it out and browse by genre.

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