A Short Film about Moments

This short film (4 minutes) by Will Hoffman is beautiful. What Andrew Sullivan would call a “Mental Health break”

I found it on KarmaTube, which described the short film this way:

Will Hoffman’s short film stitches together random, mundane moments from the lives of different people. But watching this film, you feel like they are moments from your own life! The move from one moment to the next is non-linear, non-sequential, joyous, terrible and unexpected, all at the same time — and yet it evokes a feeling of deep connection and beauty.

I just loved the way it captures mundane instances and weaves them back in a way that evokes a whole and wondrous existence.