Brave interviewer captures commuters at their lowest moment: right after missing the train.
How people react to a train pulling away is the #1 determinant of success in life.
We've all been there: you see someone miss a train and you think to yourself, "what the heck happened to that person? How can they deal with this crushing disappointment? Where did they go wrong in their lives?" Comedian Dan Wilbur (Someecards writer/editor) isn't afraid to ask the tough questions in his hard-hitting report, "You Just Missed The Train." This, truly, is the deepest anyone has ever dug into the consciousness of the train-misser:
The good news is that it sounds like these people will, someday, somehow, be OK. Society and science still don't know enough about the long-term effects of train missing, but now we know a little bit more about how the human spirit endures. And also which side the train to Coney Island is on.
(Created by Dan Wilbur)
(Shot and edited by Anya Garrett)