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Where did the Eros' Arrow land?

one of the most romantic places on planet Earth - Piccadilly Circus

A new short film from film director Paul D Greig promises to have found one of the most romantic places on planet Earth - Piccadilly Circus.

The millions who have passed by the Statue of Eros (or his twin Anteros if you want to be pedantic) have probably never realised that his arrow had already been fired from the bow.

BUT FEW EVER ASKED ‘WHERE DID IT LAND’?

Greig not only films the ‘working out’ of where the arrow landed but then discovers that this small spot on ‘Shafts Bury’ Avenue is probably the most romantic place a person could ever stand - ever!

Dozens of people are filmed standing on the spot and made unable to leave until they received a kiss or a token of love.

The video has already gained considerable traction with audiences around the world and can be seen at...

[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtzvMlzX358]

A campaign has already been started to have the spot officially recognised as the ‘Love Heart of London’ with a small heart being permanently etched in the paving where the arrow landed. (attempts at chalking the site have proved ‘rain and cleaner’ affected!)

Further information on the 'Eros Project' is available from

James Black - (44) 07973 777201
james@stoodthere.com

Ciaran Bradley - (44) 07725 030491
james@stoodthere.com


ENDS

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