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If they made a movie about your life, what moment/story would it tell?

Movies last for just under 2 hours, on average.

If one was created of your life, what story would you focus on?

Would it be a comedy? Tragedy?

And how would the movie end?

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    Jul 11 2012: Mine would be me surrounded by my wonderful family and friends who have always believed in me and helped me achieve what I would have thought impossible.
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    Jul 6 2012: My story would be that education is not a goal but rather a journey. This movie would show failure and success, laughter and tears, highs and lows in lifes journey. It would never end but would transition to the next generation and start all over again.

    All the best. Bob.
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      Jul 12 2012: The Never-ending story Bob? I liked the first one and the sequel sounds good too.
  • Jul 6 2012: May I ask what that job is? Sounds amazing!

    I think mine would a certain weekend in my early 20's when my cousin/friend committed suicide. The weekend started off on a big high, it was another friend's birthday party and we'd all booked a hotel for the weekend. My cousin left early, and on the Monday he was gone.
    I guess the movie would deal with the ups/down, but I'm not sure how it would end actually, or what the whole point of the story would be. But that's definitely one point in my life that I will never forget, and defines me and everything I do to this day.
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      Jul 12 2012: This might be a movie we were glad we watched so that we could learn something important.
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    Jul 7 2012: How do Mikey
    I believe it would be more of.a drama. This only because no one is murder not do to a lack of trying.
    I would like it to focus on the morals and values I've set to live by and the price you pay for it. I believe this would do the most for viewers.
    I would lik it to end leaveing the audience wondering or with an unaswered question.
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    Jul 6 2012: Mine would probably tell the story of a nobody who needed a job and when she got it she realized that the world was a far different place than she ever realized. Coping with the pressures and finding greater understanding of the issues involved was and is an interesting journey that continues even now.