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How to Say I Love You. (2009)

Two strangers meet in a park and strike up an unlikely and intimate conversation.

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Sam (as Sam Smith)
Nicola Potts ...
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Nicola is sitting on a bench reading a book when she is approached by Sam, an intrusive boy who strikes up an unlikely and intimate conversation with her, in which they bond awkwardly over their mutual feelings of isolation in a generation that would rather communicate via the Internet than in person. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Drama | Romance

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9 January 2009 (UK)  »

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£200 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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During the last shot of the film it began to rain and the actors and filmmakers had to hide in the tent for a short while before finishing the filming. See more »

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Sam: I'm not perverted or anything... I once dated a girl who I didn't even kiss.
Nicola: That's... good to know.
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Gray or Blue
by Jaymay
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Charming short!
23 February 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I watched this when it was featured on you-tube and have since watched it three more times. It's rare that I watch anything more than once, so thats saying something! This 8 minute short is a captivating piece of story telling by two very talented filmmakers. Its a triumpth on their part. The acting is mostly spot on though at times it gets a bit too awkward and uncomfortable to watch but I get the impression that that was the intent of the directors Hayley Stuart and Francesca Sophia. Another note on the acting is that Sam Smith is going to go very far! And Nicola Pott is a delight but Id like to see more from here before I can make a bold judgement. Well done everyone involved!


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