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Love in a Backward World+

{An out of the ordinary} video that seeks to show us a couple who find each other because they’re out of sync with everyone else.

The 5 minute film tells the story of a couple who spot each other across a crowded street and fall in love. Although everyone else in the world around them moves backwards, the couple moves forward as they find each other.

Directed by Chris Vincze.
Platinum Remi Award winnder, WorldFest film festival, Texas
First Place Winner, StudentFilmmakers Summer Shorts 2006
Shortlisted: Kodak Short Film Showcase 2006
Starring: Rick Warden & Lucy Barker. Written & Directed by Chris Vincze. Produced by Wendy Bevan-Mogg.

Watch the video here,



February 14, 2008 - Posted by | video | ,


  1. THanks Michael! Very sweet, romantic. So tell me, what’s with his goofy hat though?

    Comment by Susan Cornelis | February 15, 2008

  2. Thanks Michael, a great post!
    The idea is wonderful, but at the end I just hungered for something more… perhaps that after he kiss the whole world is going forwards again… something like that

    Comment by Miki | February 15, 2008

  3. I loved the video clip! In fact I ‘borrowed’ it from you to include in my other Blog. I also emailed it to Rob, my husband. He loved it, too!

    Comment by Bonny | February 15, 2008

  4. A great idea, and nicely done, though I found myself wishing for something more “profound” at the end. the two lovers’ “going against the grain of life” seemed to suggest the film was leading up to (back to?? ) this. Nevertheless, a nice film!

    Comment by kevmoore | February 18, 2008

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