Uncovering the allegory behind B-Minor

There is something amazing about making short films – you nearly tend to depend on accidents for good things to happen! My second short film B-Minor is no exception!

While we are meticulously working on the post production, I thought of uncovering the allegory behind B-Minor…

B-Minor-still

If you ask me about the story: A young, blind guitarist, Theo, comes to a city to find his fortune. Albeit, he is praised for his genius, there is something more that he does than just playing with the six strings. His only mate, Ana, whom he kind-of trust meets him at a restaurant where they both exchange uneasy confessions long-awaited. On that very night, before Theo plans to leave the city, he visits an old acquaintance to pick up his guitar and bid him a last adieu.

An unexpected and ruthless melodic twist awaits his final visit…

Film Name: B-Minor

Genre: Thriller/Drama

Run time: Less than 15 mins

Like the Facebook page of B-Minor Facebook page to know more…

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