This documentary was brilliant. Simply genius. I loved it. How can something so random be so perfect?
Seldom does a movie of any sort (espcially a "cut and paste" montage) take me through an entire range of emotion. During this film I experienced grief, joy, anger, frustration, pity, relief, and everything in between.
Seeing so many different cultures, and thousands of different people all experiencing the same day makes you truly think about yourself.
I'm in a state of awe right now. Maybe I'm giving it too much credit, so I will probaby watch it again tomorrow, but my God. I'm star struck.
It's hard to pinpoint one section that I enjoyed most.
But here are two questions that I loved:
What do you love?
1.I actually love my refrigerator. It's such a cool thing. It remains at one corner. It keeps its mouth shut. I love my refrigerator. Nothing else but my refrigerator!
2. The word "Mamihlapinatapai"
3. Uh, women...so much
What do you fear?
1. No one with ever call me "mummy"
2. This is me...this is what I'm afraid of
3. Being in this grave...life is so freaking short.
4. (on an icy mountain top) losing this place.
5. For all those people that don't know God and are going to hell.
Beautiful. Just beautiful.