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I didn’t have time to watch these three amazing videos this morning.

But I did.

Something tells me you will too.

5 responses to “Wow. Utterly compelling storytelling.”

  1. James Hooker says:

    This is fantastic. Genuinely moving.
    Thanks again duckrabbit.

  2. Mimi says:

    Truly wonderful story!!! It reminds me a bit of a shorter but more romantic and personal version of the Vivian Meyer, innit?!

    The only thing I don’t like it’s the end. WHY on earth did they come out with such a cliche idea of intentionally leaving a film canister in a random place in Paris???? Isn’t this really forcing something that was already eloquent and beautiful into a childish experiment???? Why people have to feel so charitable and “good” to allow other to replicate their wonderful experience??? Isn’t this a bit patronising???
    Other than that I loved the movie and the story.
    Well Done Duckie, to post this for us!!!!

  3. Matt says:

    Great story and I agree with Mimi. However as they felt compelled to do redo the experiment they should’ve take enigmatic pictures and no note and thrown the canister in the sea. Make the puzzle more difficult.

  4. Peter says:

    Great story. And finding friends all around Europe but being lonely in Switzerland made me laugh too…

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