The script of the short movie Signs was written by Patrick Hughs, Karl Fleet and Nick Worthington. The film was directed by Patrick Hughs and was a 2009 Cannes Lions winner. Signs is a romantic short story about two people working in opposite office towers who communicate and eventually find love.
Opposite towers or two countries half an earth apart does not change much in the essence of the plot. The main point is, communicating to find love. And although sometimes it looks so easy in the movies, for many people it is still a headache or heartache. I mean communication…
We live through various scenarios on the road as we take a company to the market. Only communication between the seller and possible buyers brings up to daylight all the benefits involved. Or in short: love.
There will be many obstacles on the road; even the promotion of the manager on the other side of the table may endanger the aimed sale. But with a bit of luck and goodwill many of them can be overcome.
If you want to watch how Mr. Hughes overcame the obstacles in Signs, please click here.
The oldie of the week: Dusty Springfield – You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (1967)