India is the land of miracles. But the greatest miracle is about to take place...in London. Anita Singh meets a guru at the supermarket. She is amazed when he levitates in front of her. But is he really a fakir or just a fake? A rivalry in love for a self-claimed guru between two women takes an unexpected turn of events.
Writer-Director Graham Higgins won the Best New Talent Award at the Merseyside Arts & Entertainment Awards for his short film, "Pride", a comedy about a youth who fools his parents into thinking he’s a merchant banker while working as a lavatory attendant. Pride was funded by the National Lottery and premiered at the 40th London Film Festival. It was then released theatrically through Metro Tartan, toured cinemas, and was broadcasted on Channel Four television. His other short films include Borborygmus, hailed by the Leeds Film Festival as “a terrific no-budget comedy” and screened at numerous festivals internationally, and the Docklands-set half-hour drama Rachel’s Confidence, screened in the Best of British section at the BBC British Short Film Festival.
<Main films> "Pride" "Borborygmus" "Rachel’s Confidence"
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