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Around The World in 3 Minutes

This should save me a lot of money. Three short 1-minute films entitled: Move, Learn, Eat that takes you around the world by filmmakers Rick Mereki, Tim White and Andrew Lees.

11 countries in 44 days, 38,000 miles, and over 1 terabyte of video data later this is the result of their hard work:

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6 Comments

  1. villas lloret

    Three videos and three three minute wow, amazing i really enjoyed watching all of them.And yes Eat one i can’t.

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    1. Mochi & Macarons

      Glad you liked them!

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  2. Liquid_Independence

    44 days is a long time. My boss only gives me 10 to 15 days of vacation a year lol. Looks like a lot of fun. Good for these guys. Some people actually get paid to do these sorts of things. I remember hearing about this guy who went around the world recording videos of himself dancing with random people lol. He later got himself a contract with Visa or something.

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    1. Mochi & Macarons

      I think he was dancing or hugging people. I remember that!

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  3. The Asian Pear

    I’ve seen Eat before but not Move or Learn. Of the 3, Move was my favourite in terms of videography and editing. Eat just made me hungry. =P

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    1. Mochi & Macarons

      I think it’s a great idea to have these videos, but you certainly can’t watch the Eat one without having a meal in front of you.

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