MEET MY BOYFRIEND
Written and directed by Taylor Baker, ? minutes, black-and-white film (2013).
Cooper Brewer, a teenager who wants to buy contraceptives for an important night with his girl friend. That night he is going to be meeting his girlfriend’s parents.
After school a girl asks her boyfriend to come over that night and have dinner with her parents. She ran off to catch her ride and the boy starts to walk.
The preppy, younger man (Teenager) arrives at a Rite Aid pharmacy after walking from school. While walking toward the pharmacy, he gets a phone call from his girlfriend, as he stares at the caller ID. He quickly answers the phone.
He walks and talks while entering the store, when he gets inside he stops. Since meeting her parents is a big deal, she tells him that she’d like to have sex with him for the first time after dinner. He seems happy and yet very nervous.
He begins to walk toward the isle where the contraceptives are located. He goes to the pharmacist to pay. The pharmacist asks if he found everything ok. He replies yes and the pharmacist says she must be a lucky girl. He tells him she is and walks toward the exit.
That night, the boy shows up at the girls parents house, he knocks and meets his girlfriend at the door. The boy enters the house and is greeted by the girl’s mother. He tells her what a beautiful house she has. The girl’s mother says what a nice boy, and then says I don’t know what’s taking your father; he should have been home already.
They then make there way into the dining room and sit. A few seconds pass and you hear the car pull up. He then looks at his girlfriend and back down at his lap.
The door opens and closes, and the father reply he’s home. The girlfriend leans over and whispers to the boyfriend that her fathers not that bad. The father walks in the dining room. Pan up shot from his legs. It’s the pharmacist! He turns, and whispers back to her, oh, it’s bad.