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What Are the Odds? (2006)

What are the Odds? is a story about two mathematicians visiting NYC for a conference who run into each other fifteen separate times during the course of a day.

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What are the Odds? is the charming story of two young mathematicians who come to New York City for a conference and keep bumping into each other. Through mathematics, they determine that their repeated encounters must be the work of fate, but is it? This short film, shot in Manhattan on 16mm film, is a delightful tribute to New York City, to the romantic order of the universe, and to those forces that even mathematics can't explain. Written by Anonymous

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$20,000 (estimated)
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A wonderful little gem!
8 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

I recently saw What are the Odds? at the 8th Annual Sarasota Film Festival. It was situated in a series of shorts, but What are the Odds easily stuck out as my favorite. The animated credit sequence was so sleek I thought the film itself would disappoint, but it didn't - quite the opposite! The story was smart and fun, the production value was pro; it is a little treasure of a film. I was truly taken by the use of color in their production design. The editing and the score interlaced beautifully to set the quick tempo opposite Justin Spitzer's whimsical script. Jessica Arinella and Christopher Borg had an adorable and infectious chemistry, and Matthew Tritt's direction allowed them to shine. On the Leesh Productions certainly is a new talent on the film scene. I can't wait to see what this team does next!

  • a filmmaker in Sarasota


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