Good Help Is So Hard To Find

Synopsis

A serialized short form series that follows Brendan and Lizzie, a millennial couple in a constant state of simmering crisis. Each episode, they take the brave step of meeting with a couple’s therapist in order to knock down their emotional walls, open their hearts, and come closer together.

Review

5/5
A couples therapy session takes a shocking turn. A hysterical comedy.
Directed by Jake Isaacs and written by Steven Fisher, ‘Good Help Is So Hard To Find’ is a short comedy film that explores a disenchanted couple and their leap into relationship therapy. Steven Fisher stars as Brendan with Claire Blackwelder as Lizzie. David Salsa completes the cast as Dr. Roland Grassberger. The film is highly entertaining with jarring comic relief from start to finish.

The 8-minute comedy opens with Brendan and Lizzie in a parked car. Their romance is at the end of their tether and are about to attend their first counselling session. During the seemingly adept session, the therapist presumes Brendan has a sexual fetish for horses. The bizarre accusation is initially believed by Lizzie – which is certain to bring the audience a fit of giggles. The couple quickly realize Dr. Grassberger’s outlandishness, which provokes the therapist further. A truly hilarious watch.

Good Help Is So Hard To Find
Jake Issacs and Steven Fisher have created an astounding comedy – which continues as a web-series. David Salsa (Dr. Grassberger) delivers an amusing deadpan performance that will keep viewers engaged. High praise to Steven Fisher (Brenden) and Claire Blackwelder (Lizzie) – a match made in comedy heaven. Visually, the short is delivered with high quality cinematography, sound and editing. Highly recommended.

Cast/Crew

Director(s): Jake Isaacs
Writer(s): Steven Fisher
Cast: Claire Blackwelder, David Salsa, Steven Fisher
Producer(s): Jake Isaacs, Steven Fisher
Director of Photography:
Editor(s):
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Specifications

Genre: Comedy
Subjects: Animals, Jealousy, Love, Psychology, Relationships, Sexuality, Therapy
Country: United States
Language: English
Year: 2020
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Cast/Crew

Director(s): Jake Isaacs
Writer(s): Steven Fisher
Cast: Claire Blackwelder, David Salsa, Steven Fisher
Producer(s): Jake Isaacs, Steven Fisher
Director of Photography:
Editor(s):
Animation:
Sound:
Music:
Miscellaneous:

Specifcations

Genre: Comedy
Subjects: Animals, Jealousy, Love, Psychology, Relationships, Sexuality, Therapy
Country: United States
Language: English
Year: 2020

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Good Help Is So Hard To Find

Synopsis

A serialized short form series that follows Brendan and Lizzie, a millennial couple in a constant state of simmering crisis. Each episode, they take the brave step of meeting with a couple’s therapist in order to knock down their emotional walls, open their hearts, and come closer together.

Review

A couples therapy session takes a shocking turn. A hysterical comedy.

5/5
Directed by Jake Isaacs and written by Steven Fisher, ‘Good Help Is So Hard To Find’ is a short comedy film that explores a disenchanted couple and their leap into relationship therapy. Steven Fisher stars as Brendan with Claire Blackwelder as Lizzie. David Salsa completes the cast as Dr. Roland Grassberger. The film is highly entertaining with jarring comic relief from start to finish.

The 8-minute comedy opens with Brendan and Lizzie in a parked car. Their romance is at the end of their tether and are about to attend their first counselling session. During the seemingly adept session, the therapist presumes Brendan has a sexual fetish for horses. The bizarre accusation is initially believed by Lizzie – which is certain to bring the audience a fit of giggles. The couple quickly realize Dr. Grassberger’s outlandishness, which provokes the therapist further. A truly hilarious watch.

Good Help Is So Hard To Find
Jake Issacs and Steven Fisher have created an astounding comedy – which continues as a web-series. David Salsa (Dr. Grassberger) delivers an amusing deadpan performance that will keep viewers engaged. High praise to Steven Fisher (Brenden) and Claire Blackwelder (Lizzie) – a match made in comedy heaven. Visually, the short is delivered with high quality cinematography, sound and editing. Highly recommended.

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