Andrew McCutchen's newest short film depicts an all-too-relatable doctor’s waiting room scene
Andrew McCutchen is a man of many talents. On the baseball field, he's a former MVP playing a big role at the top of the NL East-leading Phillies' dynamic lineup. Off the field, he's a captivating personality quickly making a name for himself as a maker of short films on social media.
On Monday, the Phillies embarked on a road trip to St. Louis, which means only one thing in our hearts: Cutch is back with a new film on his Instagram story. In his latest work, he brings us an awkward and painfully familiar scene.
Andrew McCutchen is back with a new short film, this time from a doctor's office waiting room. pic.twitter.com/q5fCOH9wb9— Eric Chesterton (@CF_Larue) May 6, 2019
Part 3 pic.twitter.com/W9TNnvo5fy— Eric Chesterton (@CF_Larue) May 6, 2019
One doesn't have to look far to see how this may well be a case of art imitating life. Just this offseason, Cutch had an eerily similar experience in an elevator.
Lol, Cutch got crop-dusted in an elevator and lived to tell the tale— Cespedes Family BBQ (@CespedesBBQ) February 12, 2019
(via Cutch on IG) pic.twitter.com/8VoXD7tIXv
If this film came with credits, then, it would definitely note that it was based on a true story. Good on McCutchen to mine his life experiences for inspiration. It's what all good filmmakers do.
Eric Chesterton is writer for Cut4. He particularly enjoys bunts against the shift, stolen bases and celebrating his birthday with mascots at the ballpark.