Life As Such is a short film about a character named Izzy who always finds himself in the most EMBARRASSING situations.
Izzy is a high senior who just graduated. He is awkward, friendly, loves to rap, and sometimes does not know how to be quiet when he should. Despite his awkward tendencies he embarks on a journey to document his life and is ready to discover what he finds.
This story is being told to make audiences laugh and feel good, but at the same time remind them that it is ok to be YOU. Even if you’re awkward or different, instead of trying to erase the awkward things that might set us apart, instead we should embrace them, for when we do it truly brings us together.
“I would totally be friends with Izzy! Sending out positive vibes for this project to move beyond and beyond.”
“I literally was cracking up throughout the entire show. It was funny…great relatable content.”
“Quirky with a solid unifying message!” #Teamawkward
– J Blake
“Hilarious, inspiring, original, fun, brilliant, touching, enjoyable, and so great! Woohoo”
“Plenty of laughs and real awkward moments that many can relate to.”
“Life as Such was a great inspiring, funny short film by Actor, Writer and Producer Aaron K. Wilson, who really allowed us to be reminded of our uniqueness or as the character Izzy would call it ‘awkward’. I enjoyed watching this film and loved how even through adversity in his day to day life, Izzy wasn’t bothered with being or acting awkward but was happy to be himself and bring the best out of everyone else.”
“Again, through Life As Such, congrats on giving people permission to lean into the awkwardness of life and to come through it with more self-awareness, confidence and personal growth.”
“I really like the theme of how we all make mistakes and should keep rolling. I particularly like how the movie showed that even the psychiatric professional is not immune”
“It’s both a laugh-out-loud funny and deeply relatable to anyone who has had their own ‘awkward moments’.”
“A fun journey about honoring our own light, even in awkwardness.”