Treve Jackson-Hicks sent a link to his short film about a sad robot way back in July and I've been meaning to post it for a while. Well here it is, the story of a sad robot who works the night shift in the basement of the local power plant. In his Stephen Hawkings like voice, he tell us about his dreams of a better life as he watches home movies from an earlier time when he was not alone. This film is dedicated to all the hard working robots. "My wires are worn. My sides are beaten. I wasn't always alone."