why not? it is something that happens hundreds of thousands of times every day.
Beautiful film, showcasing happy and not-so-happy times from around the world. But was the cow slaughter really necessary?
Not too impressed.The idea to gather videos filmed in one particular day by non-professionals is alright and quite attractive but after watching it for half an hour, the film looses its appeal. Maybe the given chance to film practically everything, with some exceptions where people had to answer a few questions, wasn't that wise of a choice, coz it's pretty obvious that "all are different but also quite the same"
Sometimes funny, sometimes beautiful, sometimes moving, sometimes sad, and sometimes disturbing. Found it compelling and smart, but I wasn't happy with its ending, it deserved a better one.
It is surprising how a film spanning the content of people of the world in one day, cut down to a mere 95 minutes, further allowed me to grasp the relation we all share, despite cultural differences, in the simplicity of being alive(love, hopes, fears, etc.) and all that is attached with living and surviving another day. A truly inspiring movie.
É uma viagem brilhante sem forma ou estrutura. Por momentos, parece que percorremos o planeta terra num único dia e esse foi o 24 de Julho de 2010. A variedade de captações, de histórias, de culturas, de momentos, de contextos e pessoas é mote de sonhar em ultrapassar os limites em que estamos limitados.
I found this to be a very beautiful look at life during one single day on Earth, I didn't think it was boring at all, had me interested all the way through. To me it represents who I am as a human being, my fears, my loves, what makes me laugh and cry, because hey, thats life, man. If you can't watch this movie as a human being instead of a film critic then why are you watching?