Caine’s Arcade Reminds You That It Just Takes One Person
I am very pleased to share Caine’s Arcade today on mentorless.
Caine’s Arcade is a short movie I had the chance to see during DIY days in LA, back in October, that took all of us by surprise as it tells a very simple story that takes an unexpected turn to become a feel good moment.
Caine’s Arcade is about a 9 years-old boy, Caine, who built his own arcade in the front of his dad’s shop, in East L.A., and it’s a ten minute movie that is worth watching:
As a filmmaker, Caine’s Arcade was also to me another exemple of the importance of observing my surrounding, of being aware of what is happening next to me, and ceasing the opportunity to share a great story.
Well-inspired filmmaker Nirvan Mullick genuinely played at Caine’s Arcade and made this small action into the beginning of a story that is still unfolding: Mullick opened a donation page to raise money for Caine to go to College.
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