Blindman's Bluff (2000)

Blindman's Bluff (2000), a very charming short film. A light drama-comedy with humanist concerns, Blindman's Bluff follows a lonely young woman Anne (played by Kate Agnew), cynical about relationships (attributed to an obvious facial scar and sign of difference), and her encounter with a jovial and life-affirming blind man (played by Tony Martin). As the title suggests, though, his handicap is a fake, an intrigue to allure women. However, over the time that they spend together, Anne and the blind man form a wonderful connection based on a soulful exchange of thoughts and experiences. Though there is an "unexpected turn of events" at the film's end, it only confirms the particular emphases and qualities of the story, and in a truly charming way.



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