Dad's not having a great morning: at breakfast, his wife points out that his attempt to fix the sink was unsuccessful, his older daughter is miffed that he tossed one of her drawings from school, and his younger daughter awakes to find that the Tooth Fairy didn't show up last night, as promised. Dad makes excuses for the Tooth Fairy. Late that night, after fixing the sink, he remembers his dental duties. Under his sleeping daughter's pillow, he finds a note and the first clue to a treasure hunt she has set out for the Tooth Fairy. He's exhausted, but he searches out clue after clue as the night passes. It's a race against the sun. —<email@example.com>
Very funny and extremely lovely
Well, I find this short story rather charming and sweet. It might have only a simple plot but it also got me smiling and laughing throughout. I have to say it is a praise worthy effort from the director Jake Scott. Personally I enjoyed it very much. Yes I have to agree it might seem nothing more than a tactic to showcase Amazon.com's various household products but you must also understand that it is an above average production. Treat it like a short film which is meant for your viewing pleasure and you will enjoy it more. Actor Chris Noth played the role of the father extremely well, not only with charisma but also with an additional touch of jocular. Definitely worth spending six minutes watching it.
- Dec 5, 2004
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