Bigous Idiotous – Comedy Short Film

This is a comedy short film called Bigous Idiotous, where Scarlet’s Dad Kevin suffers from a condition whereby every time they meet, he turns into a big kid.


I decided to make this short film in preparation for a feature film that I’m shooting later in the year.

Is the short film perfect, no, far from it. I kept things very loose, with a crew of only one person, to stress test my own production limits.

In a cozy suburban neighborhood, we meet Kevin, a recently divorced single dad with a heart full of mischief. His 12-year-old daughter, Scarlet, brings out the playful side in him, turning every moment into a comedy short film. The film takes us through a day of their hilarious escapades.

Scene 1: Morning Madness
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Kevin’s alarm blares, jolting him awake. He springs out of bed with the energy of a caffeinated squirrel, clad in his superhero-themed pajamas. With a dramatic swish, he pulls back his curtains to greet the morning sun.

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In the kitchen, he whips up a pancake tower with whipped cream hair and a banana smiley face. “Breakfast, served with a side of comedy short film magic!” he announces with a flourish.

Scene 2: Goofy Greetings
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Scarlet enters the kitchen, blinking at her dad’s antics. “Dad, are you trying to win the award for the zaniest dad?”

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Kevin strikes a pose, one hand on his hip and the other waving an imaginary award. “Why, yes! The prestigious ‘Comedy Short Film Dad of the Year’!”

Scene 3: Impromptu Dance Party
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On the way to school, Kevin can’t resist busting out his signature dance move, the “Dad Shuffle.” He wiggles and spins, narrowly avoiding a collision with a mailbox.

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Scarlet covers her face with her hands, shaking her head. “Dad, you’re turning the sidewalk into a comedy short film!”

Scene 4: School Pick-Up Prank

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When Kevin arrives to pick up Scarlet from school, he’s wearing a rubber chicken on his head. Kids around them giggle and point, as if they’ve just walked into a live comedy short film.

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Scarlet rolls her eyes, pretending to be embarrassed. “Dad, you’re a walking, clucking comedy short film.”

Scene 5: Silly Science Experiments

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Back at home, Kevin suggests they do a science experiment involving baking soda and vinegar. However, he forgets to calculate the explosive results, and soon, foam is overflowing onto the kitchen counter.

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Scarlet raises an eyebrow, her face half-covered in foam. “Dad, our kitchen has transformed into a bubbling comedy short film laboratory!”

Scene 6: Park Shenanigans

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At the park, Kevin challenges Scarlet to a race, complete with exaggerated sound effects and running in slow motion. They cross the finish line, collapsing in a fit of laughter.

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Scarlet points to an elderly couple nearby, chuckling, “Dad, you’ve just given them a front-row seat to our comedy short film marathon!”

Scene 7: Artistic Antics

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Deciding to embrace their creative sides, Kevin and Scarlet set up a painting station in the backyard. Kevin ends up with more paint on his face than on the canvas, turning their artistic venture into a comedy short film masterpiece.

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Scarlet holds up her paint-splattered hands, “Dad, our backyard is like a gallery of comedy short film paintings!”

Scene 8: Bedtime Bonanza

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As the day winds down, Kevin turns bedtime into an adventure. He reads a story with dramatic voices and actions, making Scarlet laugh until her sides hurt.

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Scarlet giggles, struggling to catch her breath, “Dad, you’re the king of bedtime comedy short films!”

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Scarlet raises an eyebrow, playing along, “Oh really, Dad? And what’s the official title?”

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Kevin leans closer, a twinkle in his eye, “The Chief Executive Officer of Comedy Short Films!”

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They burst into laughter, their bond stronger than ever.
The comedy short film ends with Kevin and Scarlet sharing a heartfelt hug, reminding us that even in the silliest moments, the connection between a father and daughter is the ultimate comedy short film that warms the heart.

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Ghost Dad Cheers Up Daughter #shorts

Part 7 of the short comedy film Bigous Idiotous. See the full video below.
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Kevin, a 40-year-old dad with a heart full of laughter and a mischievous spirit, had always believed that life should be a series of joyful adventures. Even in death, he couldn’t resist the opportunity to spread a little cheer. When he found himself in the realm of the supernatural, he decided to pay his 12-year-old daughter, Scarlet, a visit in the most unexpected and amusing way.

One evening, as the sun dipped below the horizon, casting long shadows across Scarlet’s room, an ethereal figure began to take shape near her bed. It was Kevin, but not quite as she remembered him—his features had a ghostly glow, and his laughter echoed in the air.

“Dad?” Scarlet whispered, her heart racing as she sat up in bed.

Kevin’s ghostly form grinned mischievously. “The one and only, my dear.”

Scarlet blinked, a mixture of surprise and awe on her face. “Are you… a ghost?”

Kevin’s ghostly laughter filled the room. “Well, if by ‘ghost’ you mean a delightful apparition here to lift your spirits, then yes!”

Scarlet’s fear turned into a mixture of curiosity and amusement. “What are you doing here?”

“I’ve come to offer some ghostly guidance and a dash of my trademark humor,” Kevin replied, floating a few inches off the ground.

Scarlet’s lips twitched into a smile. “So, you’re here to haunt me with dad jokes?”

“Guilty as charged,” Kevin said with a wink. “But fear not, my dear. I’m here to remind you that life is full of joy, even in the most unexpected circumstances.”

With that, Kevin conjured a small carton of cream out of thin air and held it out to Scarlet.

“Behold, the vessel of silliness,” he proclaimed, presenting the carton with a flourish.

Scarlet raised an eyebrow. “Cream? What am I supposed to do with that?”

Kevin’s ghostly grin widened. “Watch and learn.”

With a wave of his ghostly hand, Kevin directed the cream to float above Scarlet’s bed, its contents defying gravity.

“Now, my dear, imagine you’re at a grand event—an event in need of a touch of hilarity,” Kevin instructed.

Scarlet giggled, playing along. “Okay, I’m at an event.”

“Excellent,” Kevin said. “Now, behold the unsuspecting gentleman entering the scene.”

In a burst of ghostly light, an imaginary man materialized before Scarlet’s eyes. He wore a suit, his hair impeccably styled.

“Now, my dear, take the cream and pour it—ever so gently—onto the gentleman’s head,” Kevin whispered, his ghostly voice full of mischief.

Scarlet laughed, her imagination running wild. She picked up the imaginary cream and, with a dramatic flourish, mimed pouring it onto the imaginary man’s head.

Kevin’s laughter echoed in the room. “And now, my dear, watch as hilarity ensues!”

“Exactly!” Kevin exclaimed. “Life’s too short to take everything seriously. Embrace the unexpected, find joy in the absurd, and never be afraid to pour cream on someone’s head—metaphorically speaking, of course.”

As Scarlet’s laughter subsided, Kevin’s ghostly form floated closer to her.

“Remember, my dear, even when I’m not physically here, my spirit and my love for laughter will always be with you,” Kevin said, his voice gentle.

Scarlet smiled through her tears. “Thanks, Dad. I miss you.”

Kevin’s ghostly hand reached out and gently touched her cheek. “And I miss you, too. But I’ll always be here to remind you that life is a grand adventure, meant to be filled with joy, laughter, and a little bit of cream.”

With that, Kevin’s ghostly figure began to fade, his laughter lingering in the air.

“Goodbye, Dad,” Scarlet whispered, her heart full.

And as Kevin’s presence dissipated, Scarlet felt a renewed sense of warmth and joy. His spectral visit had been a reminder that even in the most unlikely circumstances, her father’s spirit of laughter and love would always be there to guide her.

As the days turned into weeks, Scarlet found herself embracing Kevin’s philosophy of silliness and spontaneity. She didn’t need to physically pour cream on anyone’s head to experience the joy of life; all she needed was the memory of her father’s ghostly visit and the belief that even in the face of loss, laughter could be a powerful source of healing and connection.

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Sunday Morning Wake-Up #shorts

Part 5 of the short comedy film Bigous Idiotous. See the full video below.
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Kevin, a 40-year-old dad with an unrivaled zest for life, had a reputation for turning the most ordinary moments into hilarious escapades. Every Sunday morning was his canvas, and his daughter, Scarlet, at the tender age of 12, was his unsuspecting collaborator. Little did she know that her father’s wake-up calls would soon become legendary, setting the stage for weekly laughter-filled adventures.

One sunny Sunday morning, as the first rays of light crept through the curtains, Kevin decided it was time to rouse his slumbering daughter from her dreams. Armed with a collection of zany wake-up methods, he tiptoed into Scarlet’s room, his face already sporting a devilish grin.

Scarlet lay peacefully in her bed, her hair cascading over her pillow. Her sleep was as deep as an ocean, undisturbed by the approaching storm of Kevin’s antics.

“Good morning, world!” Kevin declared in a stage whisper, raising his arms dramatically.

Scarlet stirred slightly but remained asleep.

Undeterred, Kevin reached for a nearby toy trumpet, the kind that had once been used to serenade joyful parades and now had a new purpose: rousing teenage girls from slumber. With a deep breath, he blew into the trumpet, producing a series of ear-splitting, off-key notes that shattered the morning tranquility.

Scarlet shot up in bed, her eyes wide with surprise, and then promptly burst into laughter. “Dad, are you trying to scare the entire neighborhood?”

Kevin’s eyes sparkled with mischief. “Just doing my part to bring some musical magic to the morning!”

As the weeks went by, Kevin’s wake-up antics grew more inventive. One Sunday, he donned a chef’s hat and burst into Scarlet’s room, brandishing a spatula like a knight with a sword.

“Rise and shine, sleepyhead!” he cried, wielding the spatula as if it were a scepter.

Scarlet pulled the covers over her head. “Dad, seriously?”

But Kevin was undeterred. He brandished the spatula, mimicking a conductor’s gestures, and hummed a cheerful tune. As he ‘conducted’ his imaginary orchestra, he unintentionally knocked over a stack of books, producing a loud crash that sent both of them into fits of laughter.

“Dad, you’re nuts,” Scarlet giggled from beneath her covers.

“Absolutely nutty for the art of waking up!” Kevin proclaimed, his eyes twinkling.

The wake-up extravaganzas continued. One Sunday, Kevin arrived in Scarlet’s room dressed as a pirate, complete with a makeshift eye patch and a foam sword.

“Ahoy, matey! Time to set sail on the ship of the day!” he bellowed, waving his foam sword like a swashbuckling captain.

Scarlet buried her face in her pillow, her laughter muffled. “Can’t I just have one peaceful Sunday morning?”

“Peaceful mornings are overrated. Adventure awaits!” Kevin replied, his pirate voice remarkably convincing.

Despite her playful protests, Scarlet couldn’t help but join in the laughter. She found herself eagerly anticipating each Sunday morning, wondering what her dad’s next hilarious wake-up scheme would be.

But Kevin wasn’t done. He pulled out a bubble gun from behind his back and fired it at full blast, filling the room with a cascade of colorful bubbles.

“Prepare for the bubble onslaught!” he shouted, his laughter joining Scarlet’s.

The room was transformed into a swirling sea of bubbles, and amidst the laughter and chaos, Scarlet realized that her dad’s wake-up calls were more than just funny moments—they were a reminder of the joy and connection they shared.

As the bubbles settled, Kevin plopped down on the bed, his cape draped over his shoulder like a superhero on a break.

“So, my young apprentice, have you learned the secrets of waking up with a splash of chaos?” he asked with a grin.

Scarlet wiped away a tear of laughter, her heart full. “Yes, Dad. I’ve learned that life is better with a bit of your crazy charm.”

Kevin ruffled her hair affectionately. “And don’t you forget it, kiddo.”

And so, Kevin’s Sunday wake-up extravaganzas became a cherished tradition. Each week brought a new wave of laughter, a new way to start the day with a smile, and a reminder that life’s greatest treasures could often be found in the silliest and most unexpected moments.

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Dad Says Goodbye #shorts

Part 8 of the short comedy film Bigous Idiotous. See the full video below.
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Kevin had always been a dad who embraced humor in every aspect of life. Even in his afterlife as a friendly ghost, his playful spirit lingered, and his final goodbye to his 12-year-old daughter, Scarlet, was no exception.

As the sun dipped below the horizon and the world took on the hues of twilight, Kevin’s ghostly figure appeared in Scarlet’s room. His translucent form wore a mischievous grin as he floated near her bed.

“Hey there, kiddo,” he greeted, his voice carrying an ethereal warmth.

Scarlet, a mixture of surprise and nostalgia on her face, smiled back at her father’s ghost. “Hey, Dad.”

Kevin’s ghostly eyes twinkled with mischief. “I’ve got one last joke for you, something to remember me by.”

Scarlet’s curiosity was piqued. “What is it?”

Kevin’s ghostly form shifted, and he extended an incorporeal hand toward his daughter. “Pull my finger.”

Scarlet blinked, a mixture of confusion and amusement on her face. “Pull your finger? Seriously, Dad?”

Kevin’s ghostly chuckle filled the room. “Trust me, it’ll be worth it.”

With a bemused smile, Scarlet played along, reaching out to “pull” Kevin’s ghostly finger. As her hand made contact, Kevin’s form shimmered, and a faint yet unmistakable sound filled the air—a comical, ghostly fart.

Scarlet burst into laughter, her surprise quickly turning into unabashed amusement. “Dad, did you just…”

“Fart? In a ghostly way, of course,” Kevin replied, his ghostly grin wider than ever.

Scarlet’s laughter echoed in the room. “I can’t believe you’re pulling a ghostly prank on me.”

“Well, a good dad never lets a chance for a laugh slip away, even in the afterlife,” Kevin said, his voice filled with affection.

As their laughter subsided, Kevin’s ghostly form floated closer to Scarlet. “You know, kiddo, life is full of serious moments, but it’s also filled with opportunities to embrace joy and silliness. Remember to find humor in unexpected places and never lose your ability to laugh, no matter the circumstances.”

Scarlet wiped away a tear of both laughter and emotion. “Thanks, Dad. You always knew how to make me laugh.”

“And that’s a gift I hope you’ll carry with you,” Kevin replied, his voice filled with fatherly pride.

As the room was bathed in the soft glow of the moonlight, Kevin’s ghostly presence began to fade, but his laughter lingered in the air.

“Goodbye, Dad,” Scarlet whispered, her heart heavy with a mixture of sadness and gratitude.

Kevin’s ghostly hand reached out one last time, a final touch of comfort. “Goodbye, my love. Remember that I’m always with you, even when you can’t see me.”

With that, Kevin’s presence dissipated, leaving behind a room filled with memories, laughter, and a lingering sense of warmth.

In the days that followed, Scarlet carried Kevin’s message of humor and joy with her. She realized that life, even in its most challenging moments, could be made brighter with a touch of laughter. And as she navigated the twists and turns of adolescence, she knew that her dad’s playful spirit would always be there, reminding her to embrace the unexpected, find joy in the silliest of moments, and, every once in a while, share a good laugh by pulling a finger—even if it belonged to a ghost.

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Embarrassing Dad on Sub #shorts

Part 2 of the short comedy film Bigous Idiotous. See the full video below.
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Kevin was many things: a loving father, a quirky friend, and, above all, a big kid at heart. At 40, he hadn’t outgrown his penchant for mischief and fun. His 12-year-old daughter, Lily, was his partner in crime, sharing his zest for life and his love for all things adventurous.

One day, while brainstorming their next escapade, Kevin came up with a brilliant idea. He decided to combine his love for filmmaking with his playful spirit, creating a short comedy movie set in the unlikeliest of locations—a submarine. He could already imagine the quirky characters, the slapstick comedy, and the hilarious mishaps that would unfold in the confined space of a submarine.

Kevin’s excitement was infectious, and Lily was onboard immediately. With a budget scraped together from their savings, they enlisted the help of their friends—a mix of artists, actors, and tech-savvy individuals who were more than eager to bring Kevin’s unique vision to life.

After weeks of preparation, the day of filming finally arrived. The crew gathered around the makeshift set—a replica of a submarine interior they had built in Kevin’s garage. The atmosphere was electric with anticipation and nervous excitement.

“Alright, everyone, let’s make a short comedy movie that’ll have everyone in stitches!” Kevin announced, his energy boundless.

“Cut! That was fantastic, Lily! And Kevin, your pratfall was a masterpiece,” their friend Amy, who was the director, exclaimed.

With each passing scene, the camaraderie between the cast and crew grew stronger. They were all united by a shared love for creativity and laughter. As the days went by, they faced challenges—props that malfunctioned, lines that were forgotten, and a cramped space that occasionally led to unintentional comedic moments. But every hurdle was met with laughter, a testament to their determination to make something truly special.

One of the most memorable scenes was a slapstick chase involving Lily and Kevin. The cramped quarters of the submarine made the pursuit hilariously absurd. Kevin, in pursuit of Lily’s character, found himself entangled in cables, slipping on banana peels (literally), and accidentally knocking over a stack of prop crates. It was a scene that required multiple takes because the crew couldn’t stop laughing.

Off-screen, their friendship deepened. The crew enjoyed homemade lunches together, shared stories, and celebrated small victories with homemade cake. Lily became the darling of the set, with crew members doting on her and helping her with her schoolwork during breaks.

As the filming wrapped up, a mixture of exhaustion and satisfaction hung in the air. The crew gathered one last time to watch the final cut of the short comedy movie they had created. Laughter echoed through the room as the characters’ antics played out on screen.

“You know,” Kevin said, his eyes twinkling, “making a short comedy movie on a submarine might have been a crazy idea, but it turned out to be the best adventure yet.”

The sentiment was shared by all. They had embarked on a creative journey that had not only resulted in a hilarious movie but had also brought them closer together as friends and collaborators.

A few weeks later, they held a private screening of their short comedy movie. The garage-turned-submarine set was transformed into a cozy theater, complete with popcorn and dimmed lights. The cast, crew, and their families were in attendance, brimming with excitement.

As the movie played, the room was filled with laughter and cheers. Lily beamed with pride as she saw herself on the screen, and Kevin couldn’t help but shed a tear or two. The movie was a testament to their shared dreams, hard work, and the power of creative collaboration.

After the screening, amidst applause and congratulations, Lily hugged her dad tightly.

“Dad, this was the best adventure ever,” she whispered.

Kevin smiled down at her. “And it’s not over yet, kiddo. There are many more adventures waiting for us.”

And so, Kevin’s spirit of playfulness and his boundless love for laughter continued to inspire those around him. The short comedy movie they had made was more than just a film—it was a testament to the magic that happens when creativity, camaraderie, and a big kid’s heart come together.

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