A short comedic film about a man who buys the wrong paint while in a hardware store and then accidentally paints himself into a corner. The film's climax is the moment that the protagonist discovers that he purchased "Slow Drying" paint, which is inevitably his downfall.
Created by Central Cinematographers, a Chicago amateur film club that met once a week in downtown Chicago to make short fictional films together. The club was founded in the late-1940s and survived well into the video era, eventually folding in the early-1990s.
A comedic film made by Chicago amateur film club Central Cinematographers about a man who paints himself into a corner.