Where has human connection gone
This short film gave me feels
>want to be a cynical asshole about the video
>they filmed people crying about stories they tell eachother and pretend it's because of the experiment
>they show a lot of women and children for added effect
>they then show people laughing and hugging to make you feel happy
>they use the music and don't use text to make it harder to come to an unbiased interpretation
git gud, anon
oh look more click bait drivel for the lowest common denominator. where normies can watch a 2 minute video, feel like activists and than go back to doing exactly what they were doing before.
>mute the music
>suddenly feel nothing and think the video is gay and fucking stupid
If I would make eyecontact that long people would freak out. They wouldn't be all huggy. I wouldn't even smile I would just stare numbly into their souls.
i think a saccharine, feel good video on this isn't really enough. people are butchering themselves out of despair and there is only an inkling that something is amiss, not to mention that nobody cares.
i just don't see it. i think that people now are more predisposed to view abstract humanity as an awful, degenerate spectacle of pigmen gobbling one another up and shitting it out all over themselves, but its mostly delusional. the idea that everyone around you is a viper lends towards insulating yourself, fear of exposure and eventually self-absorption and total atomised impotence.
bullshit video.. where im from you might get shot for looking at someone
There is an impression that people are vicious by nature, which seems to be cultivated in places like this.
Fear of exposure drives introspection and failure to make connections with people. Without any relation to other people, you may as well not exist.
I could have typed 'you are the problem, and your hatred is artificial,' but that would be more vitriolic that I want to be.