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Frederik Værum Olesen over 5 years ago
An interesting idea, well executed. It could be fun watchin again many years in the future
Emmet O Sullivan over 5 years ago
Interesting and inspiring film. Watch One Day on Earth, same idea with better production
Ariana Topke 6 years ago
Great sound editing. However, more of a compilation of unfinished stories.
Cory Van Dorn 6 years ago
A great film. Editing!!. The stories, life's good and bad, we just need to smell the roses
Grant davies 6 years ago
Great. Love anything to do with society through a lens
Jacqui Hocking over 6 years ago
SO MUCH POTENTIAL. SO badly put together. Dang.
Med Zeghmen over 6 years ago
makes you proud that u r humainbeing,and that u r not alone in these earth
Professional Moron over 6 years ago
Pretentious and dull, I found. I was expecting much more.
Chris Rickard over 6 years ago
Katherine Maradiaga almost 7 years ago
Though some parts are interesting, I couldn't wait for it to end.
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
Doesn't go quite as deep as I would've thought. Very much a youtube movie.
Saharah Bododah 7 years ago
The story of July 24, 2010, with some very thought-provoking scenes.
Ahmed Mohamed 1 month ago
Ross Stewart 5 months ago
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Tommy O'Donnell over 4 years ago
"In May 2010, Sundance Institute was invited to participate in a global cinematic experiment. Oscar-winning director Kevin Macdonald was planning to direct a feature-length documentary shot in a single day, July 24. Fueled by the power and innovation of YouTube, the project enlisted a global community to capture a moment of their lives on camera. We worked together to spread the word, and the world responded with more than 80,000 submissions; over 5,000 hours of deeply personal, powerful film clips were uploaded from contributors from Australia to Zambia, from the heart of the bustling cities to the furthest and most remote reaches of Earth. Life in a Day is a compilation of the most compelling images honed by Macdonald, executive producer Ridley Scott and his team, and a crew of talented editors from the vast footage submitted. Their task was to create a unique cinematic experience: in beautiful and harrowing honesty, what it is to be alive on Earth today." Quoting the description...
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