Starring Olga Wilhelmine and Gideon Hodge, when a “Living Statue” becomes disparaged with his act, he finds inspiration in the musician across the street. The two performers slowly build an unspoken relationship through music and performance art.
Written and directed by Andrew Bryan, this short film is a joy to watch. The story features elements we’re all familiar with and symbolizes the yearning people feel to be noticed in a noisy world. The actors do an exceptional job portraying their characters and Kevin Hughes’s cinematography is on point with this production.