Fly A Kite - Part 3, The Same But Different





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Published on Oct 8, 2008

Fly A Kite is a brief document of friendship groups in high school; what they are, why they exist, how they impact individuals and where they end up.

This is the third part of the four-part documentary, in which we explain what we like about the group and why it works so well. We also share a few things about ourselves and discover that we are indeed all different, but kinda similar.

This part includes:
'Guitar Jam' written and performed by Skáld

'Wild Sound' written and performed by Andrew King

The title is inspired by four things. Firstly, 'Fly A Kite', comes from the metaphor, most notably seen in Peanuts, of the ups and downs of life. As with the cartoon, Charlie Brown's kite often gets stuck in a tree, caught in snowfall or becomes victim to some other fate. But sometimes, he gets it to fly just right. 'Fly a kite' is also a political term in which a politician will raise an issue with the media which can then be denied or supported by the individual's party. Further more, 'go fly a kite' is also a common phrase, though slightly more crude. Finally, at the time of filming, kite-flying was a significant event for the group.

This is my first attempt at a documentary. It was filmed in a short period of time, given the difficulties of distance and other priorities. I think it is sufficient for a first attempt. Apologies for the low quality.

Part one: http://youtube.com/watch?v=ffgZE4xtbAg
Part two: http://youtube.com/watch?v=_WHLbdG680g
Part four: http://youtube.com/watch?v=El3yR-VgzPk


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