“I didn’t like my father.” Gift – a video short story.
This video poignantly tells the story of a boy who disrespected his father for being unsuccessful in life and who grew up wanting to be all he didn’t see in his father.
Sadly, he didn’t know all of who his father was and what his father found as the meaning of success until his father had passed away.
I found this thought-provoking video by accident while searching not on YouTube but a less well known video site called Wimp.com.
It turns out that the video IS on YouTube and has 9.9 million views.
The video is very professional, technically, and is produced by an Asian group called Viddsee.
I intend to keep an eye on their work and you may wish to do so as well.
Here is how the Viddsee website describes its vision.
Watch award-winning Asian short films here! Viddsee is an online media company who believes in making the best Asian films accessible and great stories to be shared.
Built and designed by engineers and filmmakers, Viddsee enables users to easily discover, watch and share stories from Asia on their desktop and mobile devices. Our vision is to continually grow the community of short film audiences to enable a wide and accessible market reach for short films and become the leading micro-cinema platform for Asia.
Visit www.viddsee.com to watch the best short films from Asia now! Join our community at www.facebook.com/viddsee and www.twitter.com/viddsee to watch a short film a day.
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