These days, we can barely get through a night out with old friends without seeing their faces bathed in the soft glow of a smartphone screen. And, let's face it, we were probably similarly lighted a few times, too. Our constantly connected world is coldly depicted in "I Forgot My Phone," a short film by director Miles Crawford and writer-star Charlene deGuzman. It stages a quiet protest against friends, acquaintances, even a lover, who can't pull themselves away from their technological anchor to bask in their environment and see the world through their own eyes. For anyone who has been chastised for checking out of a conversation to look at their phone, it's indeed a depressing video.