I'm a big fan of Marc Kaufman's work already but I particularly loved this story as I've been around film sets and for anyone who has been on a set this captures the crazy mayhem perfectly.
But the story isn't just funny (though it made me laugh out loud a couple of times). As with all of Kaufman's work it has a deeply emotional element that sneaks up on you unexpectedly and a real sting in the tail. I'm not quite sure how he does this in his stories because the craft seems almost invisible until you begin to re-read. The beauty is somehow in the sentences and between and behind them at the same time. Great work! Want more!