Benjamin is waiting for his blind date, find out all the probabilities of love in this quirky silent film from The Virtual School.
'Some things in life you can't predict, for everything else there's probability'
Video by Sarah Bailey, Luke Malkin and Emilie Sheehan
Music by Odinn Hilmarsson
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