Romain Chassaing embarks on an ambitious choose-your-own-adventure project for Naive New Beaters and the result is one of the most creative and engaging interactive videos we've ever had the pleasure of clicking through.
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Open Mike Eagle gets a bit Larry Sanders Show in his new video by Nicholas Weidner.
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Michiko and Kazu are friends on their last night together in Tokyo. After one of them downloads an exclusive new app that makes strangers fall in love, they begin a night of mischief and matchmaking, of course discovering something about themselves along the way.
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