On this field there lies a parking lot
And under that parking lot there lies a story
I wanted a tiny story that sort of captured a feeling of regret or longing in the accountant - with something (that just so happened to be lycanthropy) pulling him somewhere else, but having him feel forced or obligated to stay where he was.
With a well-paying job and a stable position the call of the wild was never an option.
So unlike the wonderful illustration that got this tiny story going in the first place, I was seeing something a little different than the interpretation of the character as an actual werewolf for the film version, given that as a tiny film, it now has the benefit of being open to another, maybe different, layer of interpretation.
I saw the character as having something (whether it be turning into a werewolf like in the illustration, or having friends trying to convince him to have fun like in this version) pulling him away from his well-paying job and stable position, but having that job trap him and keep him from whatever wild he might have elsewhere.
Sort of a sad take on it for anyone who's wanted to have something they thought they couldn't have.