If you need a pick-me-up, watch Fuck Everything.
If you love the richness of set design as conceived by people with access to amazing amounts of cardboard, watch Fuck Everything.
That should be all you need, but I've been told that you need to give a bunch of extra information on reviews of this kind, so I'll give you more.
It's what I do.
So, Fuck Everything is a soul-inspired song performed by the incredible Hairy Soul Man. The song details the difficulties of the modern world, and the ways in which his bleak outlook on the world is both liberating and beautiful. The entire short, which for language would probably get an NC-17 rating, is incredibly up-lifting, and more importantly, it's fucking hilarious.
Kai Smythe is one of the directors whose stuff I seek out, and when I see on a submission list, I instantly go and view, and I've never been disappointed. The video for How Deep Can I Go, is on my top ten all-time shorts I've programmed list (The complete list includes films like The Lullabye of Lucius and Sumat, Sorry About Tomorrow, Your Day, Birdlings 2, and Devil's Teeth) And this one is about to added to that list!
Fuck it, just watch it. Come to the Something Funny series of shorts showing at Hammer Theatre SJ in Beautiful Downtown San Jose on Sat, Mar 3 11:15 AM, Sun, Mar 4 8:30 PM and Sun, Mar 11 10:15 AM, plus Century 20 Redwood City - Screen 10 Sat, Mar 3 9:30 PM and Sat, Mar 10 7:50 PM and you'll enjoy the hell out of this incredibly fun short film!