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A Young Woman who is a mute, sets out on a seemingly aimless journey. In this film, we explore this mysterious Young Woman's challenging journey...
"Soar is a comedy about everyone's worst travel nightmare-being stuck next to an obnoxious dork on a flight where there are no spare seats."
Puff the Magic Dragon
(1978 TV short)
A friendly dragon comes to help a non-communicative boy overcome his debilitating fears.
A young mute student goes to the movies when ditching school, but changes his mind when he meets an unemployed man who tries to communicate with him. Through messages and games, the two will make a discovery they never imagined.
La dernière voix
One day, all the windows in the City disappeared... Then the rain started... No matter what people tried...
A young boy must overcome his disability in order to get the girl of his dreams.
Dear America: Color Me Dark
(2000 TV short)
Nellie Lee Love moves north with her family to Chicago -- the land of opportunity -- hoping to escape the racism of the rural south...
|8||Boundaries (2000 short)||6.1/10||81|
Le Raid Paris-Monte Carlo en deux heures
A man needs to get to Monte Carlo from Paris, but finds out that a train will take 17 hours to get there. He decides to go with a man with a special car, who claims that he can get there in just two hours. Complications ensue.
(2006 documentary short)
Tony Kenny's "Columbarium" is a film set in the head of a disembodied, warped and mute poet embarking...
|11||The Boy Who Got Too Much (2010 short)|
|12||A Prelude to Purgatory (2006 short)|
|13||Película Silente en Papel II (2011 short)|
|14||Película Silente en Papel IV (2011 short)|
|15||Puhuvat kädet (1959 documentary short)|
|16||The Early Days of Cinema (2011 short)|
|17||Black Hill (2012 short)|
|18||Afro-Ken (2001 video short)|
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