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A Blind Magician's Life

Mar 18, 2016 | 831 videos
Video by Sebastian Mlynarski

25-year-old Adam Jaslikowski, who goes by the stage name Justin Sight, is a Polish immigrant who performs magic on the streets of New York. He also happens to be blind. Jaslikowski’s talent is profound, and this short film by Sebastian Mlynarski explores Jaslikowski’s journey and the power of street magic to illuminate the everyday.

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