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A new video on the upcoming movie Airdrop, starring John Cusack and Jennifer Garner, shows how a pair of roommates can take on a full-time job while working remotely from home.
In the video, the roommates are asked to “create a new job,” and they have a list of tasks that they’d like to work out of the house.
In order to do this, they use their own phones to call their home-based co-workers and set up the remote working software.
The video, which is available on the Next Big Generation website, shows the roommate working from a remote location to help him finish his homework.
“We’re just hanging out and we just have our laptop on, and then we have a bunch of other people who are here working remotely and they’re just watching us,” Garner said.
“They’re like, ‘You guys, this is how I’m supposed to be doing this.'”
The roommates then set up a task for the remote worker to work from their home.
When they finally finish the assignment, they’ll go to work, and the video shows the video player and the phone working as if they were at home.
“This is what we want to do,” Garner told Next Big Gen. “I want to be able to work remotely from my house, but when I go to my house to work and when I come back, it’s the same person.
It’s like, you’re not working remotely at all.”
The roommate then has the camera work on the screen, but the two roommates on set are all working from home, which Garner said makes it difficult to capture footage of them.
“It’s so much more difficult because you don’t have a whole lot of space.
You’re so far away,” Garner added.
“That’s one of the big things that we really like, that it’s not just a one-off thing, you know, just a quick selfie, and that’s a thing that we want it to be.”