Two’s a Crowd



written by Arthur Johnson & Philippe Rahmy-Wolff

April 21, 2011


Two wheelchair bound men, one from New York and the other from Geneva, meet unexpectedly while vacationing in Paris as both are drawn to a painting by Gustave Moreau at the Musée d’Orsay. Their mutual love of the great artist begins a friendship of vacation length. One man is a famous violinist, the other a well published author.

Their camaraderie is enhanced by a beautiful young American woman who recognizes the violinist while they are dining in a Paris bistro.

Two’s a Crowd is the revealing real life story of two artists who share the inconvenient but accepted life styles of physical disability and eventually the love of the same woman.


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