Noah, a struggling writer who lives alone in his mother’s New York townhouse, receives a visit from Daniel, an old friend looking to start a new psychiatry practice. This darkly comedic short by Daniel Goldberg examines a floundering rich kid, riddled with anxiety and self-doubt, against his promising childhood friend, and the roles they’ve fallen into ten years later. Not much has changed for Noah — we find him at a particular low point, struggling to write, an unwanted member in a workshop he himself hosts (“The Biweekly Grilled Cheese Women's Writing Workshop”, ha). His new story about “a pathetic gay guy who can’t get laid, so he starts a porn business with the allowance his mother gives him,” no doubt reflects his own self-worth, and to boot, he’s having trouble getting feedback on it. When Daniel enters the picture (with Noah’s mother’s full blessing), the house becomes disputed territory between Noah’s workshop and Daniel’s first professional appointments. Sharp-witted and literary, "Daniel. Noah.", covers a lot of psychological heaviness while maintaining a breezy air. [Watch on YouTube]. (13 minutes). Written, Directed and Edited by Daniel Goldberg. Produced by Daniel Pando. Starring Spencer Carter and Gabriel Sloyer. Cinematography by Joanna Arnow.