Mickael spent almost an
entire year working on Rewind. The result is unbelievable, yet easily
doable by anyone.
A spectator selects a card from your deck; you fold the card in quarters
and have the spectator sign its face. Once the card is signed, you tear
it into two, then four pieces. The pieces are clearly separate from each
other. You place two of the pieces between your lips and hold the other
two at your fingertips. With no possible funny business, you restore the
two pieces you were holding in your hands, leaving nothing to hide or
add! Take the third piece at your fingertips, and as impossible as it
seems, it becomes fused with the rest of the card as you simply hold it
in place -- an impossible and very visual restoration. Now bring the card
with the missing corner to your lips and the spectators will see the last
piece melt into place in full view! Show your hands empty, which they
really are, and don't forget to return the card to the spectator, who
will confirm that the card is indeed the one he signed.
Remember: Very east to do.
Very visual, the restoration takes no manipulation
An English/French DVD explains everything -- the gimmick takes care of
Rewind is made to last.
A new method for this great classic.