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'Still Life' Is A Powerful Poem On Moments In Motion

04/22/2014 04:16 pm 16:16:02 | Updated Apr 22, 2014

"How do we hold a moment?"

That is the seemingly simple question posed and pondered within "Still Life," an incredible work directed by Charles Frank and Jake Oleson and posted by ZANDRAK.

The short film, "shot guerrilla style with the Phantom Miro and Red Epic", blends insightful prose with mesmerizing visuals set against a backdrop of New York City.

Click play to take the work in. And, after you finish watching, you'll probably be more than inclined to contemplate the inquiry as you walk the splendid streets of your own city or town.

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