1937 London. When an orphan by the name of William begins work for a magician, he discovers there are no tricks and that all the magic performed is real.

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Yousif Alshekh ...
Orphan
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Roland
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The Stranger
Brady Ecklund ...
Elliott
Kean Eli ...
Demetrius
Jonah Farahmand ...
Orphan
PJ Goolsby ...
Orphan
Thomas Goolsby ...
Orphan
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Mr. Davies
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The Count
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William
Jonathan Griffin Sterling ...
Frederick
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1937 London. When an orphan by the name of William begins work for a magician, he discovers there are no tricks and that all the magic performed is real.

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Short | Drama | Fantasy

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6 February 2013 (USA)  »

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scratching the surface of magic
21 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

After watching William the Magnificent, I was thrown into a story which intrigued me. My favorite genre of movie is one with a little mystery and otherworldly characters that touches on the everyday fantasies that we have as human beings. The actors put in very believable work, and the story left me wanting to know more about their arcs. I thought the directing enhanced the story line, and the transition from scenes were very smooth. The sets in which the short was filmed also inspired me. I most enjoyed the scenes in the Grand Theatre. The set along with the immaculate wardrobe made me a believer of William's magic. I enjoyed this short film very much and hope to see more from the talented people who created it. I would sum this short up as a bit of fantasy, with a spark of magic.


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