It’d been three weeks since Gregory had been to the movie theater. There hadn’t been anything worth seeing in so long. He decided to go anyway, it was one of his favorite retreats after all. So much of the world could change from one day to the next, but his seat at the theater always felt the same.
When he arrived he was told the movie he’d wanted to see was already full, so he’d either have to come back in a couple hours or choose something else. In a panic he glanced up at the selections and chose the closest option to the current time.
When he sat down in the theater he wasn’t sure what to expect, the movie was titled “Change” and could’ve meant anything. By the time the previews were over and his butter coated fingers had emptied half his popcorn bucket he relaxed for a moment as the lights dimmed and the movie started.
In this documentary we’ll discuss what makes people make last minute decisions which result in having to do things they don’t want to do.