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The Wedding

by Bruno Copin

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: DVD

Product Description

WEDDING is a love story about a king and a lady in which you manipulate the cards like puppets. This routine can be presented in table-hopping situations.

A deck of cards appears, the castle. Little by little the cards come to life. Your spectators enter into the dream. Worthy of particular attention is the remarkable horizontal double rising card effect which itself alone is worth the price of the DVD. It deserves close study. As in most of his creations, Bruno COPIN uses specially composed music to accompany the performance of this effect. You will be able to hear this performance on the DVD. Bruno adapts all the effects he creates with his favourite gimmick so that they can be performed close-up. In Bruno's opinion, the most important rule for creating a strong illusion is to be able to hand out the deck for examination BEFORE and AFTER the effect.

When this rule is respected, the spectator will remember, for a very long time, having witnessed a real moment of magic.

Instruction booklet and a sample of Copin's Invisible Thread are included.
Date Added: Apr 12th, 2007
MLA SKU: qKslJtOFfhZlnr7

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January 6th, 2008 7:09pm
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Reviewed by Bryce Kuhlman
The routine is a combination of several plots. You've got deck and cigarette production. A two-card haunted pack segment. A couple of single-card animations. Several card suspensions ala Gaetan' Bloom's “Impossible is Not French”. A rising card. And a surprise production of miniature cards at the end.

The entire routine is held together with a story of love and marriage. It's cute.

Even though there's a lot of thread work going on, you can walk around with this. But you do need to carry a close-up mat with you and procure a decent-sized space on a table. This could make the routine difficult for restaurants and cocktail parties where there aren't many tables.

A lot of the animations seem to be gratuitous and don't have much to do with the plot. At times it reminds me of a Hollywood action film where the plot takes a back seat to the special effects.

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