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Blind is an encounter of two people at a train station in Marseille, France. One blind, the other not. A realization of perceptions of what we see with and without sight


Thibault Guerin


Sunil Sadarangani (screenplay & story), Thibault Guerin (screenplay) | 1 more credit »


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Credited cast:
Magali Lerbey Magali Lerbey ... Young Woman
Michel Panier Michel Panier ... Blind Man
Sunil Sadarangani ... Lost Young Man


Blind is an encounter of two people at a train station in Marseille, France. One blind, the other not. A realization of perceptions of what we see with and without sight

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A blind man's sees beyond physical blindness.


Short | Drama


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Won Special Festival Mention Award at the 2nd Delhi Shorts International Film Festival, New Delhi, India Won River Recognition Award at the 3rd Silent River Film Festival, Irvine, CA Won Certificate of Recognition from the California State Senate (22nd District), Los Angeles, CA. See more »

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Success in 12 Minutes! By Henrietta Kocsis
12 March 2015 | by HenrydeHungriaSee all my reviews

After filming several short films, Sunil Sadarangani once again embarks on the adventure of writing this short film, this time in Marseille, France. Sadarangani also essays one of the main characters. Handing over his story to the Director, Thibault Guerin, Sadarangani made an excellent move. Guerin's direction is clear, sharp, stylized and brings out memorable performances from all the actors.

The story is layered with different emotions. A tourist from LA, lost in a subway station, looking for a little help. We know that today is sometimes very difficult to communicate with people. And here is reflected very well. The lost boy, who does not have much choice, asks a young woman for help. Unfortunately for him, she's selfish, unhelpful, arrogant woman, who just likes to hear his own voice (played impeccably by Magali Lerbey). The other protagonist, the blind man, played brilliantly by Michel Panier, (with the right amount of humor and pathos), comes to the Lost Boy's rescue. Many think that a blind man is an invalid in our world, and they are depending on us. My view is that many are wrong. The writer and star of the short film depicts it very well. Sadarangani himself delivers a nuanced performance, balancing the character's desperation and realization very well. In the end only one thing came to my mind. It is the blind trust between two people. I'm not ashamed to say that moved me very much. This short is worth the watch!

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1 January 2014 (USA) See more »

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Marseille, France


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$10,000 (estimated)
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