Los Angeles -- It has been said and it will be said that art is the imitation of life. Yet through the aperture of a camera it seems that life has become, at least in this day, and imitation of art.
Birth to Death is one such character study of this concept. Here you have and opportunity to recreate, albeit artificially through a myriad of narrative film clips the various stages of human existence.
I believe 150 as stated in the description: a visual summary of the cycles of life, from birth to death. And best part of all it is narrated, posthumously, by that great egocentric genius, who reveled in the caricature of his personae, Mr. Citizen Kane, the late great actor, writer, producer, and magician (I'm not done, yet)...one more run on thought...Mr. Black and White...Orson Wells. I'm done.
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