• Alex Repole

    ★★★★ Added by Alex Repole

    Who knew watching a mother hold her newborn in her arms could bring you to tears? Who knew that even the youngest and poorest of children in Peru dream of owning an Apple computer? Who knew there are moonshiners in Romania?

    Life in a Day is a wonderful way of just garnering a taste of the world at its simplest

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  • Eli

    ★★★½ Watched by Eli 03 Mar, 2014 2

    This might have been more interesting if they tried to make more of a point, or if they came back to any of their subjects. The one thing that really annoyed me was the sound effects that they put in. There were so many sounds there that simply wouldn't have been captured with simple camera mics. Flies buzzing, slight wind sounds while skydiving, and others that were just too "perfect" to be captured in the moment. It just felt to…

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  • BRUSH

    ★★★½ Watched by BRUSH 01 Mar, 2014

    Interesting concept, and fairly well executed considering more than 4,500 hours of footage was submitted for this one. Some of the highlighted people were a little out there to really connect with, and the music left much to be desired. But overall, and interesting reflection on the 'mundaneness' of everyday life, showing the beauty therein, and what parts of humanity are universal to every culture (routines, love, fear, etc.). Worth a watch!

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  • Brett

    ★★★★★ Watched by Brett 17 Feb, 2014

    192/365 (365 films in 365 days)

    This was fantastic. Simply amazing. Really.

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  • Kevin Horsten

    ★★½ Watched by Kevin Horsten 09 Feb, 2014

    It's a cool concept and an impressive project to take on. But this great idea works better in theory than on a feature-length movie in my opinion.

    For a movie showing images from all over the globe I think movies such as Baraka and Samsara work better.

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  • KarlAttacks

    ½ Watched by KarlAttacks 29 Jan, 2014

    MIERDA DE DÍA.

    En una famosa película de los Hermanos Kuchar, dos hermanos de San Francisco dedicados al sublimado estético de diversas cintas clásicas de los 50 (melodramas de Douglas Sirk, cine negro, comedias kitsch tipo Frank Tashlin, etc.), se decía una famosa frase: 'En esta vida puedes hacer tres cosas: el bien, el mal o nada'. Pues, precisamente, esta es una película que trata sobre la nada.

    Les pongo en antecedentes.
    Debido a ese espacio web de continuo esperpento…

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  • ryan

    ★★★★★ Added by ryan

    Amazing documentary from different perspectives of people from various religions and cultures around the world accounting their life in a day as the title suggests

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  • washington

    ★★ Watched by washington 22 Jan, 2014

    Indulgent and lazy mess. It aims for some pseduo profound "everything is, like, the same man. Like, we totally are all people and aren't so different man" type claptrap. As awful as that damnable Babies films.

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  • schearx8

    ★★★★½ Added by schearx8

    so much inspiration

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  • russman

    ★★ Watched by russman 31 Aug, 2013

    "Don't worry, the ducks won't hurt you"

    *Movie conveniently edits to another scene while person is mauled to death by a horse-sized duck

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  • Jorge Lopez

    ★★★ Added by Jorge Lopez

    Un documental hecho por usuarios de youtube, parecido a ir a un museo digital en donde lo que algunos les podría parecer aburrido y sin trama a otros hermoso y motivante. Recomendable para todos los que necesitan apreciar más los pequeños y aparentemente insignificantes momentos de cada día que hacen hermosa la vida.

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  • Diego De La Cruz

    ★★★★ Watched by Diego De La Cruz 14 Aug, 2013

    Beautiful documentary that gives the spectator a little taste of the life of several people from all around the world. The stories are completely universal and attractive to watch. We can relate with most of them and I'm sure most of us have done some of the stuff shown in the film. Very entertaining most of the time, yet at some points it can become a little slow paced. Through amazing editing (kudos to the people in charge of watching…

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