Must Watch!: Tick Tock, the Trippiest Video You’ll See Today

Ready to get your heart pumping? Tick Tock is a student short film made for 2011 Emory Campus MovieFest that is as suspenseful as you can get! It won Best Picture at the Emory finale and will be competing internationally at Hollywood in June.

Before you read any further watch the film.

The synopsis: What would you do if you had five minutes to live? Trace a young man's few minutes of trying to fulfill his highest potential.

The video was created by sophomore at Emory Ian Chi who called Tick Tock “the most ambitious and biggest scale project I've done thus far.” It was filmed with a Canon 5D Mark II and 24-70mm lens.

Though it took 36 times to get it right, the film was shot all in one take.

How incredibly creative.

via [PetaPixel]

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