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The Delivery (2006)

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

Director:

Virginia Bogert
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Cast

Credited cast:
Richard Sanders ... Philippe
Natasha Sims Natasha Sims ... Grace
Shawn Telford Shawn Telford ... Stuart
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Storyline

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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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 June 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Seattle, Washington, USA

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Production Co:

Laughing Dog Pictures See more »
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

The Fly Film Challenge for 2006 was to create a 10 minute film in 5 shoot days, five editing days, with 5 tapes. And Seattle's local icon The Space Needle had to appear in some form in the film. 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 gizathecat-1See 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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