Who are you?
There is a famous proverb that says there are two greats moments in everyone’s life. The first is the day you were born, and the second is the day you get to understand why.
Through the various moments of our lives, we ask ourselves the purpose of life and worth living. Another question is how big of a role good luck or fortune plays in our lives? Is everything really a matter of being at the right time at the right place?
We all have different stories and diverse backgrounds. Some meetings in life may seem just fortuitous, but was that part of a divine design?
A Fork on the Road.
Many little and unseemly insignificant events can change our lives forever. Our lives and our perspectives and the way we interact dynamically with the world around us. We may end up a little detour on our life path in a very different scenario we ever imagine for ourselves.
Man know thyself; then thou shalt know the Universe and God.
The Need of Self-Reflection
Undoubtedly, we ask ourselves questions that, most of the time, we are not even able to answer questions such as” “Am I really talented?” What are my Spiritual Gifts?'” “Do I deserve This?”.
We do not realize that sometimes is a ripple effect that our lives may have on others’ lives. And how we can be so entangled in the tapestry of life that we are not aware of interconnections and how weaved we are together.
Who are you?
This short new film from the creators of “The Gift” is a philosophical reflection upon human nature and its peculiarities. It also eludes to the need to know and understand our connections and the role we play in others’ lives, even when we are unaware of that importance.
“If you want to have a beautiful end, why not live beautifully until the end?”
— Sakata Gintoki
Script adaptation by Julio Pot and Cecilia Baeriswyl
English Voices: Al Gravelle and Jay Alessandra
Based on the book by Francisco Javier Olea
Music Milton Nunez
Created by Miniestudios (A animation channel with short films and timelapse of how we made it)