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“Flowers dancing in the rain” is a short musical film-metaphor. Some people will say that it’s a fairytale, and they will be right. Others will say that everything is possible, and they will be right as well. Every one of us is very different, and this film is just about that. It’s not about the flowers, music, and not even about the love between a man and a woman. At the same time, this film includes all of the above. But, most importantly, this film is about that important quality that almost all of us lose when we get older – an ability to enjoy the miracles that surround us everywhere. In our pursuit of happiness we move from it even further, we give in to the rules of the society that imposes its habits upon us. Yes, we are very dependent on money, social status, and various fancy things. But does a lot of money makes us happier? Does having an enormous amount of things make our lives more fulfilled? The world is trying to trick us, and it often succeeds. This is a film about those who are able to accept the world for what it truly is – a wonderful miracle.

Flowers dancing in the rain

dial M for Millicent - a micro musical comedy short. In a sleepy hamlet, a shop security guard settles down to his lunch only to be interrupted by an unlikely shoplifter, who wins his heart and changes his life for ever... 'Murder!' from the musical Square Pegs

 Music by Jeremy Thorne
 Lyrics by Richard Mulholland

Dial M for Millicent

"The language of Love is such a sweet music that lyrics are not so demanded." Maxine and Sasha come together. Their relationship could be a nice story, but the unreal presence of an Indian not very convenient and a mannered ballerina prevents the love story to be told...

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