Reviewed by Tania123
on 08/01/2016 17:04

The film that we have to thank for 'The Way He Looks'. In many ways this short film is even better, because the concept is still the same, and the emotional punch just as strong. It treats blindness with a sensitivity that doesn't pander, and is quite matter of fact and refreshing in that way. It's actually not about his disability at all, but his ability to transcend boundaries of who one can and cannot love, regardless of their gender. A nice juxtaposition that makes it a winner. The actors do a very good job too (they reappear again in the feature film version)