Everybody want wants to be loved, everybody wants to be in love, however some love-stories are touching. This video beautifully presents a powerful story that love can be felt and expressed differently. Love can be powerful when human-touch, emotions, and compassion is involved. This video is winner of Manhattan Short Festival 2013.

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Sometimes you have to listen with your heart… One Saturday night, midway through an impromptu concert, Laura notices a customer she hasn’t seen before with a look of complete disinterest on his face. Laura wouldn’t usually mind, but with this guy, it’s as though she wasn’t even there. Who is he? And why can’t Laura stop looking at him?

Initial release: May 1, 2013
Director: Mark Nunneley
Running time: 9 minutes
Music composed by: Lottie Mullan
Cast: Matt Kyle, Jean Paul Dal Monte, Ian Chaplain, Joseph R. Porter, Harriet Collings, Alim Jayda, Ilinca Rae
Screenplay: Kitty Percy, Mark Nunneley

4 Comments

  1. Such a beautiful and moving film. It’s effect on me is nothing short of extraordinary.

    Overwhelmed with grief over my divorce and the deaths of two of my closest loved one, I recently came upon Kismet Diner quite by accident on Youtube. Laura’s expression of her intense enfatuation with the inattentive customer throgh her unique tender love call just for him reached into my own injured heart creating an opening to allow my grief to be expressed in tears. I watch Kismet Diner every night and the tears flow, and will continue until my sadness has all been released. I cannot tell you how grateful I am to have come upon such a theraputic film.

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