If you had to choose a perfect moment from your life to make into a 1 second film,
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  • April 1989, San Francisco, 8 a.m., waiting at Sutter and Powell in freezing fog with my 3-year-old daughter for a cable car to take us over Nob Hill to her day care.

  • perfect moment of my life will be seeing my name on this film!

  • A really good that's what she said joke.

  • At a family friends place, when I was around 6, I stood ontop of a hill. Ready to roll down the hill, I crouched on my knees and leapt. As the world warped round and round in my eyes, time was still. There at the bottom of the hill was my mother, with open arms, ready to catch me as I came down. Childhood bliss.

  • The day I graduated from high school would be the perfect moment in my life that I’d like to make into a one-second film. It was a culmination of my success in school and all of the adversity I have overcome in my life.

  • When I got my wings the first time I was ever on an airplane. I think the captain, or a male flight attendant, gave me a pin with wings on it, and he actually pinned it on my shirt. I felt super special - I was 4. I like flying. The moment the pin went through the fabric, that is what it would be.

  • Definitely the moment I got my acceptance letter from college last fall- simply amazing.

  • Perfect moment was standing in the middle of an empty parking lot at 4am realizing I could do anything I set my mind to.

  • One time I accidentally stapled my finger. That would be pretty quick.

  • one perfect moment in my life is when me and my dads side of the family were all sitting around a camp fire over the summer. We all sit around talk and tell jokes. (and of course eat smores)

  • My suggestion for perfect moment: The moment you start dreaming before you actually fall asleep

  • The moment I quit my first job.

  • I remember this one night about a year ago I was driving home around one or two in the morning so obviously it was dark out and there were stars like nobody's business...that night I had been extremely upset about the way things had been going with my boyfriend at the time, and I was worried about going to college and such and such and so on. Anyways, I'm sort of a romantic, and wish on stars all the time as a sort of habit-comfort thing...So I was driving along a dark road, the only car around, and I look up and see this beautiful bright vibrant star and I think "what the hell, why not" so I think about things and decide all I really want is for things to cheer up a bit...suddenly I noticed my star was flying away...I then realized I had wished on an air plane of all things...I began to laugh until I was making myself cry from laughing so hard...and ever since then, everything has been fantastic for me...=)

  • I'm not sure that any moment can ever be perfect. That's half the intrigue of the film.

  • Back in Massachusetts a few years ago, I was riding down a country road on my motorcycle in early summer. The temperature was perfect, the sun was shining, the mosquitoes hadn't come out yet, and for just a second I didn't give a crap that I was in massive debt and was waiting tables for $2.63 an hour plus tips and had no idea what I was going to do with my life. That was a pretty sweet moment.

  • Perfect moment - Catching a fourth queen on the river to beat a full house, when I was all in for all my money.

  • For me, my perfect moment would be the first time I drank Pepsi. It's sad that this is my only 'perfect moment,' but it is by far the best.

  • That night I was sitting on an old wooden fence in the middle of nowhere in Texas. It was windy.

  • Holding my first child in my arms for the first time.

  • Now.