Worm is a Jay Rosenblatt short film. At two minutes, it is the shortest film I’ve written about so far. It is as inconsequential as it unavoidably must be at that length. Though giving it the benefit of the doubt, I could see how it could start a person thinking about some potentially interesting things.

A little boy in a yellow raincoat is shown walking through the rain. The filmmaker/narrator describes an incident that happened to him in the rain at age five, when he was told something quite unlikely by another boy.

The point of the film, such as it is, presumably involves how skeptical someone of that age can and should be when they’re told something implausible, especially when there then seems to be evidence in its favor…

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