I am truly a sucker for film photography and amazing cinematography. I like every little detail shot that is portrayed in this video. Kind of like getting a birdseye view of those moments in your life that blip so fast that all you can remember are some of the smallest details that most people would have looked past.
Aside from the little girl opening her eye, and her eyeball having a delayed reaction being weird, everything else was good. :)
Enjoy the trojans in your head...
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