Millennial Video: I Forgot My Phone, or How to Reawaken to Reality

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Millennial Video: I Forgot My Phone, or How to Reawaken to Reality

Millennial Video: I Forgot My Phone, or How to Reawaken to Reality
Fri, 9/27/2013

Hey millennials, look familiar? Charlene deGuzman highlights a widespread phenomenon among the young: we can't live life without our phones. This is what it looks like when one person forgets hers.

Written by and starring Charlene deGuzman 
Directed by Miles Crawford

 

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