Some handwritten notes, a mouse, and a box of chocolate work their silent magic to bring two lonely hearts together.

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Two irregular pegs who don't quite fit into this world create their own. Can an isolated writer and a sweetly shy delivery girl find each other? Can she be the one to bring him out? Will he let her in? Some notes, a mouse, and a gift greater than chocolate work their magic. Written by Virginia Bogert

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1 June 2006 (USA)  »

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It took 45 minutes for Sammie the Mouse to be interested in the hero chocolate bon bon despite the chunk of Vermont Cheddar that sat just out of camera range. See more »

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No animals were injured in the production of this film, not even a mouse - except maybe the producer See more »

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No spoken Lines In This Excellent Short
31 July 2006 | by (Seattle, WA State) – See all my reviews

Natasha Sims and Shawn Telford carried this charming little movie without speaking a word. Natasha has a very expressive face without being "muggy". Her expressions beautifully made up for the lack of spoken words. Shawn was perfect as a nerdy writer, so serious his face throughout the film. When a movie is shot without dialog, other aspects of film-making have to take over. Dramatic camera angles were utilized well. An example of the dramatic camera angles include one where the camera was on the floor, shooting up a door where Shawn is fiddling with the keyhole. Music also played an important role in this film. The whimsical sweet music illustrated the innocence of the two lead characters. A mouse is a "featured extra" in several scenes.


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