Caine had the summer to hang out in the back of his father's auto part store. He was bored, but he was also creative.
Caine loved arcades. He couldn't pass by one without stopping inside to play. So he built one inside the store.
Oh, it was just cardboard boxes, cut up and taped up. But they were reasonable approximations of arcade gaming cabinets. It was time to open for business!
Got a dollar? That'll earn you four games. Got two? Then you get a Fun Pass! That's five hundred games.
Still, no one was interested, except for one man who needed a new door handle for his car. Independent filmmaker Nirvan Mullick knew a bargain when he saw it and bought a Fun Pass immediately. He also used his connections to drum up some business for Caine. This is the story of how he did it.
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