—Inspiration comes in all shapes and sizes. In this case, it comes from East Los Angeles from 9-year old arcade owner, Caine.
We’ve all seen the quote, trust your struggle. The beauty of that quote regarding Caine’s story is, he’s still innocent enough not to perceive his Arcade (which resides inside his father’s auto-parts shop), as one.
Every weekend, he patiently waits for customers to patron and experience the Arcade he built out of cardboard. With only one customer, Nirvan Mullick (also the director of this short film), the experience and the "fun-pass" deal of a lifetime moved Mullick to inform the world about Caine’s man-made arcade. With an empowering father and some social media application, Caine’s worldview has surely changed for the better.
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