A shy cassette deck is having a hard time in trying to say hello to an attractive CD player. He seeks advice from a gramophone player.

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Simon Bates ...
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Kathryn Brownhill ...
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Samuel Evans ...
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Peter Knight ...
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Natalie Nelson ...
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Miles Nicholas ...
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A boy whose head is a cassette boombox tries to say "hello" to a girl who lives down the hall (her head is a CD boombox). However, he is too tongue-tied (or rather, he fumbles the cassettes). He gets advice from a mentor with a gramophone for a head. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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Brilliant, touching, the reason why one likes movies
18 July 2004 | by (Vienna, Austria) – See all my reviews

I have seen "Hello" at the vienna independent short film festival. It was my clear favourite of the 20 or so films that it was shown with that night. The movie combines a high technical standard with a complete, well crafted story and a spirited idea that reflects so much in modern life. A young man lacks the words to approach a young, secure woman. He looks for advice from an older man and does indeed get advice. He is able to find the right words to get in touch with her. Only the young man is a tape deck, the young woman a CD Player and the old man a gramophone. Congratulations to its maker!


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