There are times when I really worry about what the Internet is doing to human behaviour and whether it’s for the good of personal development, particularly amongst kids. Every now & again a story come along that confounds that theory, and i found one this morning. Caine’s Arcade is a short 10min story about a 9 year-old boy who spent his days creating cardboard experiences in his old-man’s car shop. No punters, huge creativity, big heart.

An awesome little story of how a one, one-on-one encounter can manifest itself into an experience enjoyed by millions through the power of the Internet (….& Facebook )

Let the short film do the talking

Caine’s Arcade from Nirvan Mullick on Vimeo.


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