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June 20, 2011

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What a find. This is an incredible video. I love the animation, especially in the opening boat ride when each turns into a child or parent version of him or herself. Really terrific and thought provoking (and a bit scary, too). And you're right, the music is "to die for." Thanks.

would love to see your view of lake michigan...

Thanks Stacey. I know! I really liked that part too, where they both momentarily become children or "parental." I also like the dance at the end where they throw each other their heads, arms, and legs to become a new remix of themselves. I tried to find other sections or the whole entire film online. I haven't been successful yet. The search will continue...

Stay tuned, Bill! I will weave in an image or two of the lake at some point this week.

great...

Lisa, Try this: http://to.pbs.org/j7bVPC

Scroll to the bottom of the page. For some reason I couldn't get it to open but maybe you'll have better luck.

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