The after hours (guard) Job # 330834

Job Posting Details

Job # 330834 The after hours (guard)

Posted Date
Mar 25, 2019 @ 08:00
Respond By
Mar 25, 2019
Word Count
Finished Minutes
0h: 0m: 16s
English (North American)
Voice Age
Middle Aged (35-54)

Job Description

This is an animation movie to be posted on YouTube. IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU HAVE A VIDEO CAMERA (WEBCAM), as your lines are to be filmed too.


Marsha enters shopping mall, looking for a robot doll for her landlord's daughter. The guards notice her and tell her that the mall is about to close. She climbs to the second floor where her clothing shop is, followed by a guard. She knocks. The clerk opens, letting her know that she'll make an exception for her. The guard tells her that the doll is on the third floor. They take the elevator, who is malfunctioning, and end up at the third floor which is completely empty except for the doll. She buys the doll from the cashier, who calls her by name and asks her if she has any identification. On the way down, she complains that the doll is scratched and is led to the manager's office. There, after observing the damage, the manager leaves for a while and Marsha falls asleep. When she wakes up, it is night and she wanders through the clothing store. The she meets a mannequin who suddenly comes alive and tells her that she knows who she is. Terrified, Marsha runs out of the office and into the elevator, which brings her to the basement. There, in the locker reserved to the store, she meets other mannequins who come alive in front of her eyes and tell her she is one of them. She runs back to the elevator who brings her back to the third floor. A bunch of mannequins call her by name as she enters and she is explained that she really is a mannequin and was allowed to live like a human being for only a month. She has overextended her stay and it is now the turn of the cashier to leave.

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This job posting has been reviewed and approved by staff. As an open marketplace we wish to present as many opportunities as possible. However, we understand that the stated budget may not align with your rates. If you are interested and have a different rate we encourage you to reply with what you would normally charge. recommends that you record a portion of the client’s script to audition for this project. Please refrain from slating your audition unless specifically asked to do so by the client. Please title the audition file with your name (e.g. JohnSmith.mp3) to assist the client in selecting an appropriate candidate.

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