If you had to choose a perfect moment from your life to make into a 1 second film,
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  • The moment for me would be the precise moment my brother passed. I don't know if you would consider that perfect but it has had the most profound effect on me. He was only 12 but lived a life of full of pain. That second felt like an hour of the most unimaginable experience that you can never prepare for.

  • The day I left my hometown and got on a greyhound to persue my college education.

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

  • If I could choose one perfect moment from my life to make into a film, it'd probably be this one . . . no wait, this one . . . or maybe this one. Frankly, each one seems to be a little better than the last.

  • 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.

  • Anytime I smile. It's a great smile

  • Years ago I took a trip to Japan with my family. My father, brother and I climbed up Mt. Fuji on a gorgeous summer morning, the first day of the climbing season. Standing on the side of the mountain looking out, the view and the entire experience were incredible. This was a perfect moment for me!

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • The moment my son was born.

  • When i was hit by a car passing a stop sign at 40 miles an hour and I was on motorbike. Best action scene ever...triple flip and broke his windshield with my helmet and then just got up like nothing happened. Couldn't believe how lucky I was an really makes you appreciate you're alive

  • A perfect moment in my life would be with my dad flying me around the house while in my Superman costume when I was six.

  • My son being born.

  • The moment I stepped into the airplane leaving Korea for Toronto when I was 9 years old. It was the biggest turning point of my life, not to mention the perfect moment I would like to be caught into a one-second film.

  • The birth of my son.

  • The moment I saw my prom date coming down the stairs in that beautiful blue dress. Ah, young love.

  • The first time I stepped foot in Iraq. Stepping off the C130 on to the tarmac seeing the heat radiate from the ground and fealling my feet begin to burn through a half inch of rubber. This was a perfect moment to sumerize the next 365 shitty days.

  • It would have to be a smile.

  • Life is filled with so many perfect moments. My most important seconds that I want to record right now are with my 16 month twin girls Kate and Annie. The loves of my life. Second by second these moments fly by never to be repeated exactly alike again.

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