Entrepreneurial soul meets wellspring jumping, and budgetary yearning meets the significance of life in a satire by beginner Anderson Boyd.
A feet-on-the-ground dream with a pleasantly underplayed comic tone, Well Wishes is part street trip, part sentiment and part beginning once again tale. Essayist executive Anderson Boyd’s well-thrown introduction highlight focuses on a far-fetched business wander: gathering up the coins hurled in wellsprings. Ridiculing corporate society and other social traditions with a light touch, the film doesn’t altogether keep away from corn as it moves toward its delicate, low-affect lessons in quietude and satisfaction. Be that as it may, the motion picture, which debuted at the Hollywood Film Festival, has heart. That and Boyd’s ear for normal exchange could create coin not far off in little screen and computerized designs.