For every bear that ever there was


I’ve thought this short film by Kane Longden was lovely ever since I first had the pleasure of watching it a little less that a year ago. Kane is now 18 and this is the very first short film he’s made (posted in September 2010). This video is so sweet and I imagine every parent would love to have a video like this of their children. I looked all over for the song that accompanies it and, even though Kane listed what the song is (Road to Austin – The Section Quartet), I can’t find it anywhere! Just gives me another reason to watch this video over and over again.

Comments

Misty :)
6 April 2011 - 02:00

This is such a cute video!! The girl was absolutely adorable!! And the song went really well with it!

Now, do you think this video was one where he/she (whoever the video recorder is) followed her and video taped her and just used these clips? Or do you think they pretty much told her what she should do for the video? I can’t really tell by watching the video to be honest. Either way though, I liked it!!

Eva
6 April 2011 - 15:53

Misty – Thanks for commenting! I was wondering why this video wasn’t getting any comments, it’s so cute! As for your question, I have no idea. Some parts it looks like she’s just doing whatever she wants (she is a child after all), and other times she looks too sad to be doing something other than following rules. I’m glad you liked it!

Brandi {not your average ordinary}
7 April 2011 - 22:00

Eva, this is such a cute video and the music really is beautiful. I may have to watch it over and over again too. I didn’t have a teddy bear like this growing up, but I had a rag that I loved and still keep around.

Eva
9 April 2011 - 12:26

Brandi – I had one teddy bear that was extra special, but I didn’t carry her around. I actually always tried to carry ALL of my stuffed toys around so none of them would feel left out, ha!

Emma
20 April 2011 - 18:42

Kane is actually my best friend and I was with him when he filmed this :) His little sister is the one in the film.





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