Private Project

Love is Blind

A blind woman seduces an unassuming pizza delivery boy under the misbelief that he is her husband, John. The pizza delivery boy has to decide- will he give into his temptation, or will he do the right thing by this helpless but beautiful woman.

  • Jonas Schubach
    Dirty Money, Heavens, Vissi d'Arte
  • Jonas Schubach
    Dirty Money, Heavens, Vissi d'Arte
  • Zoë DeLeon
    Sleep Cure
  • Michael Bradley
    Key Cast
  • Jelysbeth Bobadilla
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Short, Student
  • Runtime:
    3 minutes 55 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 16, 2016
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Jonas Schubach

Raised at Lake Constance in the Swiss Alps, Jonas has traveled far to pursue his MFA in Film Production at Florida State University.

After receiving his BA in TV Journalism from the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany, and his MA in Film Production from the University of Memphis, Jonas is now pursuing his MFA at Florida State University, specializing in Cinematography.

Jonas is interested in stories that deal with the absurdity and meaning(lessness?) of life and he likes to explores these themes with irony in his comedies.

Recently, he served as the Director of Photography for “Vissi d’Arte,” a feature documentary about Memphis opera star Kallen Esperian. Jonas’ work has been broadcast on public television in Germany and in the United States and his narrative films have received recognitions in the Southeast, including the Indie Memphis Production Grant.

In his free time, Jonas plays Beatles songs on the guitar and the piano and pictures himself in a boat on a river with tangerine trees and marmalade skies.

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Director Statement

Love is Blind is a light-hearted comedy about loneliness and morality. A woman pretends to be blind in order to seduce delivery boys, as she misses her husband, John, so much. Her shades are to guilt-trip the delivery boys into having sex with her, but maybe also allow her to think of those delivery boys as her beloved John.
The film pokes fun at the delivery boys’ moral dilemma – would it be wrong to give in to the temptation and have sex with this seemingly helpless and innocent woman?
The humor of Love is Blind is meant to amuse adult audiences, but its content is also appropriate for viewers aged 13 and up.