This is an amazing little story about an abandoned piano in New York City. (Click the image)It will break your heart.
Thanks to my friend Lisa for sharing this with me.
This is a wretched movie. It would have been so easy for the person who made the movie to save the piano, and instead he just stands around and documents it's demise. I can't understand why so many people love the fact that this movie celebrates sitting around doing nothing and letting something beautiful and useful die. I hate it.
I am not into sad movies
Sara Marie, read this. It is NOT easy to save a piano. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/30/arts/music/for-more-pianos-last-note-is-thud-in-the-dump.html
such a moving thing!!! Thanks xxpeggybraswelldesign.com
As long as live; I will remember this!Thank you for sharing it with us! Yikes!I cannot wait to send it to my brother; a completely talented pianist!!!Bravo again!!Penelope
You're right. Broke my heart.
I love this short film, even though it is heartbreaking. It's also beautiful, and although the piano couldn't be saved, its demise led to the making of this film, and in that way it lives on as a different form of art.
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