Jim Jarmusch talks about his latest film and the importance of music in his life (Jim Jarmusch On the Future of Independent Film: 'Cinema needs to be reduced to its essential poetry' http://t.co/AC7a7UGxhE)...
We live in an age where a 6-year-old with a laptop and a copy of iMovie can edit some footage together. Editing software is abundant and as easy to use as it has ever been, and the masses are using these tools to flood the internet with copious amounts of video content. But most of us can agree that simply being able to make edits does not necessarily make a person an editor, at least in the sense of the editing being a creative art form.
Wonderful clip that shows how we are in contrast to the universe. What struck me most of all, was the common denominator - this place called Earth, is our only home. We must take care of it and each other. Life is too short.
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