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The Orchestra

The Orchestra
The Orchestra

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Year

2015

Duration

15 minutes

Genres

Animation, Short Films

Language

No Dialogue


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It is said that people march to the beat of their own drum, but what if we all had our own miniature orchestra following us around providing a soundtrack to our lives? And what if our orchestra were also embarrassingly out of tune? That is the case for Vernon, who lives in a retirement home with his little ensemble of musicians, each as awkward and shy as he is. When he falls for his new neighbour, he struggles to keep his orchestra in tune with his feelings and must find harmony within himself to overcome his anxiety.

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