A New Short Film Reminds Us “No One’s Life Is As Great As It Seems On Facebook”

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[dropcap type=”2″]W[/dropcap]hen we go through our Facebook Newsfeed, we are inundated by people who claim to all the wonderful moments of their lives:  amazing holiday,  paradisiacal romances, delicious dinners,  job success etc. But how many of those things are really how they exposed? The short film ‘What’s on your mind?‘ by the Filmmaker Shaun Higton, reminds the users of social networks, showing that life of others is not so wonderful as they appears on social networks.

This short film shows how bad one’s life can be and still this person pretends his life is amazing to fool others.

Here’s the moral of the story: “Facebook can be depressing because everyone else’s lives are better than yours… but are they really?,” says the author of this video in Youtube description.

Watch the brief but effective cautionary tale below.

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