A Life Told on Facebook (Mashable)

A Life Told on Facebook [VIDEO]

Ever scroll back through your FacebookFacebook profile, only to marvel at how much of your life can be recounted merely by looking at pictures and old wall postings? Well, then you should definitely check out “A Life on Facebook,” which recounts a young man’s life via postings and updates on the social network.

Set to The Rolling Stones’ “Paint It, Black,” (a rather dark choice), this piece centers around a man named Alex Droner, who joins the social networking site and chronicles both heartbreaks and high points. In a time during which films like The Social Network and Catfish depict the rising influence of Facebook, the short film offers an interesting take on the way in which we live our lives online.

The piece was made by Maxime Luère, who — according to Facebook, naturally — is the lead CG artist atAkama Studio.

[via The Next Web]



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