The five stages of grief are usually accompanied by crying, kicking, and screaming, but director Zack Morrison has a new musical take on the emotion.
In Everything’s Fine: A Panic Attack in D Major, star Carly Blane plays Zoe, a collegiate graduate undergoing a quarter-life crisis as she deals with horrible roommates, depression, and ever-present parents.
Derek Klena stars as a singing human manifestation of Xanax named Ralph. In a duet, Zoe and Ralph sing “Out of Sight (Out of Mind),” an original song written by Morrison and David Seamon.
A total of five musical numbers written by the songwriting duo drive the 13-minute film, which won Best Comedy by the Television Academy at their 39th College Television Awards. Rounding out the ensemble are Tait Ruppert, Alyson Reim, Chelsea Watts, Elise Vannerson, and Lauren Luciano.
Watch the film above.