Last Day Dream: A Life in 45 Seconds

They say that right before you die, the story of your life flashes before you in the blink of an eye. The following short, titled “Last Day Dream” explores that vision. Oh, and don’t let the thumbnail fool you. The video is perfectly safe to watch anywhere, although there is a very short part where some strong words are used.

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17 Responses to Last Day Dream: A Life in 45 Seconds

  1. "The video is perfectly safe to watch anywhere" – unless of course you have the volume turned up and your boss has a problem with the f word blaring across the office. Other than that – perfectly safe.

    Thanks guys.

  2. “The video is perfectly safe to watch anywhere” – unless of course you have the volume turned up and your boss has a problem with the f word blaring across the office. Other than that – perfectly safe.
    Thanks guys.

    • Sorry that happened to you Lance, but that makes me laugh.

      I thought the video, other than the above noted dangers of viewing it in the office, was excellent. Well done and thought provoking. I indent to share.

      Thanks

      Steve

  3. “I hope that if I ever get punched in the face, it isn’t by Pauly Shore.”

    Screw that, I would love to be punched in the face by someone famous.

    What’s that? Pauly Shore isn’t famous? F***. Oh well.

    It was a great little piece, but as someone mentioned, the credits were longer than the actual film! I’d love to have seen more snippits of life.

    The car-crash scene was interesting.

  4. "I hope that if I ever get punched in the face, it isn’t by Pauly Shore."

    Screw that, I would love to be punched in the face by someone famous.

    What's that? Pauly Shore isn't famous? F***. Oh well.

    It was a great little piece, but as someone mentioned, the credits were longer than the actual film! I'd love to have seen more snippits of life.

    The car-crash scene was interesting.

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