Living in Today’s World – The Lie We Live – video – over 22m views

The Lie We Live – video …… over 22m views

The Lie We Live

UPDATE: Published on Oct 28, 2016

The Lie We Live (2015) is a short film written & created by myself, Spencer Cathcart, which I originally published in January 2015. It received over 22 million views, however was taken down due to a ridiculous copyright complaint for a couple very short bits of footage I used I had to reupload it (it was fair use but YouTube still removed it). I also licensed new music to avoid any issues in the future.

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NOTE: Please do not download & reupload The Lie We Live. That makes it much harder for me to build an audience for future videos. You’re encouraged to share the original Youtube link but there’s no reason to download it and reupload it.

SUBTITLES: Watch The Lie We Live with subtitles in over 40 languages through “Settings” in the lower right corner of the video.

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Comments

  • Rosaliene Bacchus  On October 30, 2016 at 1:22 pm

    The Matrix.

  • Gigi  On October 30, 2016 at 7:21 pm

    Tough sell…ever step on an ant’s nest? People are like ants, they dutifully go about their daily existence following the conformity imposed upon them; some more puffed up than others about the important responsibility of being a mere cog in the wheel. It is only when something disrupts that existence that they get all stirred up and scurry around like crazy…for a short time only…

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