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Critically Acclaimed Short Film ‘Echoes Of You’ starring Laurence Fuller is SURE to touch your heart

Heartwarming short film Echoes of You starring critically acclaimed actor Laurence Fuller is a must watch.

Laurence Fuller was trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, after graduating he went into London’s West End theatre. He’s a versatile actor and is known for his critically acclaimed performance in Madness In Valencia.

In the critically acclaimed short film Echoes of You, Fuller portrays the role of Andrew, a classical pianist who works as a janitor at a theater, but is also a musician. Although he isn’t having much luck in the classical music world, he has a secret fan – a young homeless boy named Christopher, who sneaks into the theater where he works and listens whenever Andrew sneaks a moment onstage to play.

After a brilliant run at some of the top film fests in California, “Echoes Of You” is now available for streaming and the support has been overwhelming, posted by top celebrities, journalist and politicians. This short was made with a lot of heart and a beautiful message about the power of art and the echoes we leave on others. 

Watch this heartwarming short film down below:

Here’s what critics had to say about the film:

“Laurence Fuller (of Road To The Well, Paint It Red) stars in Echoes of You as a classical pianist struggling to make his mark who finds his greatest fulfillment in an unlikely place. This is a very lovely short film that builds to an emotional ending that will hit you hard.” – Alex Billington *****

 “Rarely has so much emotion been conveyed so sincerely in such little screen time.“ – Film Threat 9/10

“This is the sort of performance that makes it a sin that Oscar doesn’t recognize the work actors and actresses do in short films because Fuller is so good he should be in the running for an Oscar.” – Unseen Films, Steve Kopian *****

For more on the film, make sure to check out Laurence Fuller’s official site.

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