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The Fairy Who Stole Eyes (2006)

Nine year old Ryan hits upon a unique solution to deal with his troubled family life.

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Viren Bajaj ...
Ryan (as Viren)
Jim Clossick ...
Older Client
Susanne Gschwendtner ...
Nicole
Aki Papacosta ...
Doctor
Mark G. Iveson ...
John
Akos Szemenyei ...
Assaulted Client
Ralph Mondi ...
Detective Inspector
Peter Coster ...
Detective Sergeant
Cally Lawrence ...
Social Worker (voice)
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Nine year old Ryan hits upon a unique solution to deal with his troubled family life.

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There are none so blind as those who will not see.

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Short | Drama

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24 July 2006 (USA)  »

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£10,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Great Cinema in a short film.
19 June 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I caught this short film at the 19th Foyle Film Festival last year and had wanted to comment on it but they had no official site or IMDb web page. Couple of weeks ago this short resurfaced in the form of a DVD on the desk of a friend and I watched it again. My opinion had not changed

  • this is a great short. Very cinematic and extremely watchable. There


is no doubting that this first time director shows great talent and originality. A cast of unknown actors as is the case with a majority of short films; each of the performances were lovely. I have to give the young actor playing Ryan a special mention because he had me engrossed with his subtle performance. Another talent for the future, I think so. The story was quite original and did not resort to cliché traps and each of the characters was well written. I found the camera work to be beautiful and visual style engaging. The short is beautifully scored with music and songs. It would seem that the filmmaker and producers invested much to give us a great film in just 11 minutes.


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