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Life in a Day 2011 123movies

Life in a Day 2011 123movies

The story of one day on Earth.Jan. 27, 201195 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – What do you get when you ask the people of the world to chronicle a single day in their lives? You get 80,000 submissions, 4500 hours of footage, from 192 countries. Kevin Macdonald has taken this raw material, all shot on July 24, 2010, and created a 90-minute paean to what it means to be human in the world today.
Plot: A documentary shot by filmmakers all over the world that serves as a time capsule to show future generations what it was like to be alive on the 24th of July, 2010.
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Life in a Day 2011 123movies 1 Life in a Day 2011 123movies 27.6/10 Votes: 15,173
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Life in a Day 2011 123movies 7 Life in a Day 2011 123movies 27.2 Votes: 165 Popularity: 10.951

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July 24, 2010: Life out of Balance
Morning, July 24, 2010. “It’ll all end well,” a man says to his younger son, who is currently throwing a tantrum. “It’ll all end well,” he reassures the boy. What will end well? This situation? This day? This life?

As Life in a Day progresses, the viewer travels through the lives on many, literally living vicariously through others. This amazing documentary, produced by the Scott Brothers (one of which is the famous Ridley Scott) and directed by Kevin MacDonald, travels all over the world on one all too regular day: July 24, 2010. Starting in the morning, a time filled with a happiness and renewal, and ending in the evening, a time of reconciling and sadness, Life in a Day profiles things that should be commonplace. The best part: these things are certainly not commonplace. The Earth is a beautiful place. Our lives are great. Why not display them on film? And that is just the point.

Like any great documentary, Life in a Day is a poignant film. But unlike many great documentaries, it follows a subject that should not be poignant. If you have ever seen Amelie, you know the great beginning sequence. An unseen narrator shows us two glasses dancing on a table, a firefly dashing across a yellow-lighted French street, and a man erasing the name of a dead friend out of his address book. Imagine a movie like this entire opening sequence and you’ve got Life in a Day. Beautiful imagery, such as a teenage boy shaving for the first time, is common throughout the entire film. One shot especially, that of a skydiver falling to Earth, is probably the best part of the entire film. In a scene reminiscent of Koyaanisqatsi, a woman tumbles through the upper layers of Earth’s atmosphere. It is quiet for a brief minute, and then, as the clouds engulf her, the noise of the people seeps in. The couple laughs together, sharing a time like no other together.

And yet, there are some truly disturbing scenes. At a Love Parade, multiple people are shown getting trampled to death. A few rush over to help the fallen victims, but many carry on, screaming to their heart’s content. One part that people will surely have a reaction to is the slaughterhouse scene. Fair warning: a cow is shot in the head twice. The cow is later decapitated graphically. As these scenes show, sometimes life isn’t always great. The images may be ugly and bleak, but they are always beautiful.

Life in a Day is a beautiful time capsule of people in the new millennium. Simply put, it’s a wonderful portrait of people who do regular things. On a more complex level, it’s a documentary about how lives are constantly changing. Every action we do changes the next action that is going to happen. Time is important. It’s also shaping these actions. What’s going to happen tomorrow? After all, as Scarlett O’Hara once said, “Tomorrow is a new day.”

Review By: alexart-1 Rating: 9 Date: 2011-01-27
Excellent documentary… Well worth a look…
I remember the beginnings of this idea being released into the world. We, the world in general, were asked to film something, anything, on 24th July 2010 and post it to a special YouTube page. 80,000 clips and films were submitted, totalling 4,500 hours of footage from 192 countries. It fell to director Kevin Macdonald and his team to whittle this down into a 90 minute film. And boy what a film! There are very few documentaries I’ve seen that are better than this. Such a diversity of cultures, subjects and people, it really opened my eyes.

The format basically follows the time arc of the day, from the early hours of the morning right through to the following midnight. There were pieces from a vast array of peoples from all around the globe, some quite touching, some disturbing and some just plain silly. I must warn you that there are one or two scenes that some may find upsetting and there is a little swearing. Quite a variation in picture quality didn’t really detract from what is quite a stunning piece of work. It’s all held together with a beautiful musical soundtrack by Harry Gregson-Williams and Matthew Herbert.

I really enjoyed watching the diversity on show here and I had to keep reminding myself that all these things happened on the same day. For me, the star of the show was the Korean guy who was cycling around the world. He just wanted to reunite North and South Korea and he had such optimism. It’s beautifully put together with various themes running through it. Never boring, no voice-over, just the people of the world telling their own stories Highly Recommended.

My score: 8.9/10

IMDb Score: 8.1/10 (based on 1,675 votes at the time of going to press).

Review By: ajs-10 Rating: 9 Date: 2011-11-06

Other Information:

Original Title Life in a Day
Release Date 2011-01-27
Release Year 2011

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 35 min (95 min)
Budget 45202
Revenue 225861
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Documentary, Drama
Director Tegan Bukowski, Loressa Clisby, Kevin Macdonald
Writer N/A
Actors Hiroaki Aikawa, Cindy Baer, Teagan Bentley
Country United Kingdom, United States
Awards 1 win & 5 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1 (partly), 1.85 : 1 (partly)
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

Original title Life in a Day
TMDb Rating 7.2 165 votes

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