Remember a while ago when Google put out the request for people to record moments in their life? Well, neither could we; but the results are available on Youtube for free.
To somewhat diverge from the image of Youtube being merely a place for video game griefing videos and a general cute animal storage system, Google has taken it's quest a step forward by cutting through the over 4,500 hours of video uploaded for the documentary and created a 95 minute feature piece, that made the transition from cinematic spectacle to a free piece of consumer content in a scarily short amount of time. Watch it below with 25 languages worth of subtitles (if you're reading from overseas). That's just how nice we are!
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