He's (Timothy J. Cox) an actor, and one to take his job seriously - but
today he's been hired by a director to be the total opposite, a mere test
subject while said director tries out his new camera. And while our actor
is pretty much forced not to act and just be, his mind wanders off, and
his inner monologue is great testament of how out of place he feels ...
this is fun, in equal parts thanks to a cleverly written inner monologue
that pushes the awkwardness of the story and yet has a good structure to
it, and to Timothy J. Cox performance that really brings to the fore the
character's sentiments while doing his best to "non-act". Of
course, when I say fun, I'm more talking about subtle humour and a maybe
mischievous pleasure in awkwardness than ha-ha-jokes, but if that's your
thing then you will be entertained.