Anyone know a youtube short film about a guy and girl falling in love across the street?
The film is about a 2 people working in separate office buildings. The man catches notice of a girl across another office building. They start to talk to each other through signs everyday... until they finally meet... i would love to see that video again... thanks!
- ShmellyLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
That was a nice film Bert! But I have a suggestion too:
"Signs"-by Patrick Hughes?
- JoyceLv 44 years ago
I'm pretty sure it is... if you can love a tall guy, why not a short guy? Its all just in the female, and what she likes in a man. You see plenty of short, large, tall, skinny, handsome, unattractive, and all other types of people out there with someone who loves them for who they truly are. I honestly think that those who are a little less fortunate in the looks department have it easier, they at least know that the person they are with actually likes them for who they are, not just because they look good. Yeah, it may be harder to find that person who wants to date you, but, love is tough, not just finding it, but keeping it. So, yeah, it doesn't matter what you look like, as long as you act like the person you are, and stay true to yourself, you will find the one who loves you.
- 1 decade ago
Was it Love in a Backward World?
- Anonymous5 years ago
These two fall in love on the street:
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- marjorieLv 43 years ago
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