GLUE 2: THIS TIME IT’S STICKY
ReVival moves away from the glitz and glamour of the beautiful MGM Grand and instead finds itself in the middle of a lush green field with grass that gently sways in the breeze. The camera begins to slowly zoom in on an object that appears in the middle of the field, which we quickly realize is, in fact, a small child.
The child sits cross legged and is hunched over, rocking back and forth in an almost rhythmic manner. His shaking shoulder and rapid inhaling and exhaling would indicate to any empathetic humanoid that this child is clearly having an emotional moment.
A moment of tears.
This awkward situation is interrupted by a sleazy pitchman voiceover.
V/O: It’s tragic, losing a loved one. One day a treasured member of the family is here, the next the vanity takes over, the lust for the limelight grows and the green light of envy draws them back to the races.
The child starts to hear rustling in the grass and his head snaps back to see what is causing the sound. From our vantage point, it is the camera getting ever closer to the child, who we can now see quite clearly has tears streaming down his cheeky chubby face.
V/O: The tears flow needlessly, such a pity. Thankfully I have the solution…
A hand appears from behind the camera, reaching out, giving a small bottle of Elmer’s PVA Glue to the crying child. The tears immediately stop flowing as an unsettling smile creeps across his pudgy little face.
V/O: I can provide a memory that will really stick with you.
The feed immediately snaps to a solid black screen as text forms from a slow, almost static, white drip:
The Glue Factory: Grand Opening April 8th.