Caine’s Arcade | 9-year-old Boy’s DIY Cardboard Arcade Hit by a Flashmob
This is a wonderful, feel good short documentary about a young boy, Caine Monroe, who spent his summer building an elaborate cardboard arcade at his father’s used auto parts store. Sadly, the location of the store, and the fact that most of the store business is sold via eBay, Caine saw very little traffic to his arcade.
Then one day, Nirvan Mullick decided to film a short documentary about Caine’s arcade, including the flashmob that was arranged to come play at the arcade – much to Caine’s surprise.
It feels good to see people do something nice for someone else just because they can.
Enjoy this wonderful short film by Nirvan Mullick. BTW, this was uploaded to YouTube on April 9th and at time of publishing this article, there are over 2-1/2 million hits.
Some links which pertain to Caine:
Help Caine’s Scholarship Fund:
Get the Theme Song:
Caine’s Arcade Online:
Directed by Nirvan
Produced by Interconnected
Love, love, love it. Shared it on my FB page.
Cool! It’s such a sweet story, and well made. I am typically ADHD when it comes to videos and rarely make it past the 3 minute mark. But not this one. I loved it to the end.
That is amazing. How cool. Another thing showingme that I can have a little faith in humanity.
Yup… we all need to see that from time to time to restore the faith.
Yep, shared of FB. Why am I such a sap for these stories.. can’t believe I got choked up and.. my eye popped a leak too:(
😀 Good, helps rinse out the dust from the day.
this was in the LA Times yesterday. how great. thanks. continue…
Cool! Yes, the story is very popular now.
This is so sweet.
Yes it is.