Love Is A Long & Arduous Process. But Most Of The Time, Love Is Worth It.

 

Undeterred by a test of patience, a young girl pursues her a camera fixer who is just unmoved by the urgencies of the world.

She persists. She earns a new friend and teaches him lessons in empathy, patience and the human touch.

All for Love by James Lee (still 2)

For a generation of selfie-takers, insta-satisfaction, and throwaway hashtag comments, a ‘slow and steady’ and one-tracked approach to relationships is an unproductive use of resources.

All for Love by James Lee

But like developing a reel of film, or learning how to use (or fix) a old manual camera, the pleasure derived from a deliberate process is unmistakable.

All for Love by James Lee (still 3)

Although it’s fiction, the romance in this short film is about just that, exactly.

Sometimes, love takes time, but most of the time, it’s just worth it.

Watch ‘All For Love’ by James Lee (Malaysia) on Viddsee:

James Lee is a very prolific Malaysian filmmaker. Want to know more about him? Read this article or check out his Doghouse73 channel on Viddsee!

Watch this accidental romance on Viddsee, ’32C Fall In Love’ — Things get strangely heated up at this armed robbery!

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