A young, troubled father ponders his final thoughts before he is murdered by his only child.

Director’s Vision

When we started this project a few months back, the vision was always to capture a misguided character pondering and questioning his own existence and every decision he’s ever made until it’s too late to know whether or not those decisions were even the “right” decisions. Dwain was developing an array of characters for his rebrand, and The Man was one of them. We decided to explore him a little more. I wrote the monologue while taking a shower at night and gave myself a mental prompt of just getting this character to the bottom of something before it all came crashing down. EUREKA is an expression of rebirth and new beginnings, despite its inevitable and somewhat tragic end. It ends on a note where we can wonder “and then what?“ We’re excited to see how people experience EUREKA.