Where do you find love? Sometimes all you need is a sign.

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'SIGNS' romantic short film. This 12 minutes speechless film is about a lonely boy who start communicating with a cute girl in next building using written signs and eventually they met each other. Love doesn't always talk, sometimes might be expressed even from a piece of paper. In a world of social networking and cellphone, signs are still powerful as long as they mean a lot. Written by Julfikar R. Fakir

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something unreal in our life, but it deserve to get 10
5 September 2009 | by See all my reviews

I was wondering that could it be real in our life when they didn't use phone or say any word. But it makes the film special. No need to talk. Just by words. The emotion expressed through their faces, their signs...You can feel like the characters felt: the loneliness of the men in a big city, the simple-but-deep love of him with the woman in the opposite building. The music in the film makes it more emotional. The director made a good job!

However, I don't think someday it will be real, not on the movie. But sometimes we shouldn't be practical to rate it. Deserve to get 10 stars.


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