The Most Beautiful Song I’ve Heard

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A document of time. A hybrid of documentary and narrative, primarily composed of footage taken over the course of the past decade — without the knowledge that it would one day become this film.

A fractured memory archive of people, places, fleeting moments — festivals, birthdays, funerals, weddings, parties, lonely quiet nights — hours, days, weeks, months, seasons, and years. A self-portrait of one life, as a small reflection of our greater collective consciousness. The experience of time passing — of memories, memories of memories, and the inevitable loss of those memories. Life’s uncanny synchronicities and the changing of the seasons. Self-actualization.

Directed by Blake Braden (USA)

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