A new chapter in the story of ZULUECHO Lifestyle Initiative. This film not only taught me a tremendous amount about film production, but it taught me so much about people. About the power that we possess within us, to achieve what we want to achieve. There is no story of success that is not accompanied by a story of hard work. Often times we overlook that aspect of people that we deem successful. I’ve been truly blessed to be able to work with the people featured in this film, and wish each one of them the greatest possible journey forward.


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  1. Ms. B says:

    Dear Team Zulu Echo:

    The production of this inspirational short film drove me to ponder my own life which, as you intended it to be, a source . A source is running water in a dry place, something that hydrates projects half-started and left undone, encouragement to tune your heart more carefully and ardently again.

    The repeating theme of the piano is more than background music as its chords and volume expand the heart into action, gathering the mind and human will as counterparts. Hard work, yes, it’s indispensable, yet it’s also the traveling mechanism to get what you want and know who you are. Your short film drives all ages to self-revelation.


    1. Hello Ms. B, and thank you for your comment!

      I’m thrilled to hear that the film had such a profound impact on you. As for the music, I was greatly pleased when working with the composer, Lucas Brooks, with whom I worked extensively to achieve the great piece he produced!

      Thank you for your continued support!


  2. Ms. B says:

    Is this the Lucas Brooks, along with Zain Edeen Elwakil, who transfixed the audience in TWELFTH NIGHT?! More ZULU ECHO masterpieces, please!


  3. Maissa Hamed says:

    I can’t get over the beauty of this short film in terms of message, photography, music and narrative. I find myself wanting to keep watching it. Truely beautiful . Can’t wait for the next. Bravo keep going.


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