Dunn searched his phone for songs about travel, but, uninspired, moved to songs about loneliness.
“And then our dear Canadian sister started streaming in my headphones, “All By Myself,’” Dunn said. “And I thought, ‘That’s it, that’s pure movie gold.’”
Dunn acquired some tape from an airport mechanic and fashioned a MacGyver-esque tripod using a his luggage bags and a ruler. When the rest of the airport’s patrons had gone home, Dunn got to work.
With the empty airport as his muse, Dunn set about fillming the emotionally-charged video, which climaxes with a shot of him falling to his knees at the base of a set of escalators, screaming that he doesn’t want to be, ‘All by myself anymore.’
“I’m just peeing myself laughing listening to this stuff thinking, ‘You’re just tired its not that funny,’” he said.