Your central character is great. I love his commitment to the innocent act he puts on despite all the evidence stacking up against him. I get the impression he’s the sort of guy who will put in a an enormous amount of effort into achieving his goal of not doing any work or covering up that he’s not done any work. The acting and quality is fine, it has a fly on the wall feel and at no point could I not follow what was being said or done.
The crude ending to the Ducking section of the first video was a shame, it was a ‘jump the shark’ moment in the episode where the credibility of the scenario was lost and also lacked the charm of what preceded it. Other than that, that episode works really well and is, for me, the best of the three.
Standing Desk is my second favourite. It would probably benefit from some editing down, but it’s a fun episode. Curiously, despite it’s silliness, this episode manages to maintain the character’s credibility/truth all the way through.
Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for ‘Working From Home’. The main character seems to have gone a bit nutty and is not the same lethargic, excuse-generating guy I saw and laughed at in the previous two episodes. Whereas the other two episodes have a story to tell, this one feels like it is being improvised. It has potential, but it feels to me like you rushed this one into filming before the script was ready. But, hey! Two out of three aint bad! Thank you. Overall, I enjoyed watching and reviewing these.