I explored “She and Her Cat” and “160 Characters.” They both explore living a “mundane” life, and so are relatable to any viewer. This is what makes them effective, Aristotle talked about how a story needs to be relatable. These stories explore mundane events and scenes but when these are strung together they create a relatable narrative, they could be anyone’s life, they could be yours. The conflict isn’t explicit or explored because you inject your own experience of living into the story, you know what conflict and struggles are included in living a mundane life so having a relatable story comes with its implied conflict. The cat story is a nice exploration of an outside view into human existence, the cat relates a superficial view of what living alone feels like, with the repetition of daily life punctuated by unexpected events but leaves the particulars for your experiences to fill in.