From the beginning the score of The Laundromat does a nice job of setting a relaxed mood, while the camera and even the initial character on screen does a good job of complimenting it. It makes you feel as if you’re there in the scene without a care in the world. The story revolves around a nice simple “plot twist” that has an interesting premise. The writing is good and characters are so believable that you’ll probably find yourself laughing uncomfortably at the same time that they do.
No technical hiccups, quick easy dialogue, interesting characters, and good directing. There’s not one dull moment in the 6:37 that it clocks in at. This is how you make a short film and The Laundromat manages to make it look easy.