It's Not Me, It's You

  • A romantic first date goes awry when a germaphobe lets his anxiety get the best of him.

    The film portrays metaphorical representations of different stressors that occur during the date; a visual glimpse into the mind of a germaphobe. Raw meat, shaking hands, sharing food and public spaces are all expressed through the exaggeration of the visuals. Intertwined with these shots, we represent our character attempting to wash away the anxiety. Ultimately, the tension reaches a peak causing a return to a comfortable loneliness.
  • Concept, Design & Production: Chris Finn, Chris Salvador, Luis Roca
    Sound Design: Chris Finn
    Professor: Austin Shaw