19.04.11 by Jeff

Symmetry

“Symmetry” another marvelous video by Everynone for Radiolab.

Radiolab presents Symmetry by Everynone

Watch the video below!














Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Amazing. Absolutely brilliant. Really portrays the (painful?) realities of life. I loved it. Thanks for sharing!

  • James

    Booooooom followers should consider listening to Radiolabs. Great food for thought.

    • yes! the best radio show on earth

  • mp

    Very affecting.

  • i love it. beautiful.

  • Chelsea

    simply beautiful

  • Amazing video! I love Radiolab: they’re consistently awesome.

    • …and it was cool beginning with the ending of Citizen Kane

  • the end is simply amazing

  • Mariah

    brilliant.

  • This is so incredible!!! Wow.

  • the ending was great and I liked how the ending mimicked the beginning of the piece also

  • This made me cry a little. So good.

  • chroniczny

    I find some of those combinations trivial, but whole idea is quite nice…

  • Rik

    Wow, catharsis much?
    Great video.

  • alinazarzar

    It really made me feel the simmetry. the last concept (baby and the dead man) allmost makes me cry. A beautifull way of seeing this world, in witch we usually see only the diferences…

  • lapetitefaon

    wow, one of the most touching things I’ve ever watched, obviously the ending was very moving, though my two favorites were the pictures of art in the museum alongside the children’s artwork hanging in school, and the man eating a giant plate of meat next to the cow…those were both equally moving somehow

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  • ALOVER

    The song in this video is called “Out of Egypt, Into the Great Laugh of Mankind, and I Shake the Dirt From My Sandals as I Run” from Sufjan Stevens’ magnificent album “Illinois”!

  • L’air qui nous étouffe à la naissance nous tue.





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