Falling in Love | 10 Days of Genius | National Geographic



A man and a woman are falling in love. They are silhouettes in an infinite space about to connect. Watch the fantastical moment of love in this short film that takes place as two people begin the process of “Falling in Love”, directed by Maja Fernqvist.
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31 Comments

  1. Falling in love? Never felt this feeling before because the majority of girls I have dealt with have been so self-centered or immature.

  2. Why did they use this pair of misfits to show love? Couldn't they have got two more attractive people? I won't be watching this POS.

  3. "Falling in love is easy. Falling out of love takes a bit of practice. I'm good at both without even owning a mattress." -Sage Francis

  4. Well, the video itself is pretty amazing. I can't wait to be at that caliber of video/content editing/creating.

  5. I don't care that this isn't a video that would make you think of national geographic, what i don't like is that national geographic is known for it's excellence, and this is, to put it lightly, quite bad.

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