If you have 12 minutes today, that is enough time to watch the short film on Netflix called ‘If Anything Happens I Love You’. I just watched it and wow…
It’s sad. like really sad. I have never lost a child in this way and while I can empathize with those that have lost a child in such a way… I truly don’t know what that is like.
This short movie gives just a glimpse of what two parents that lose a child go through. The distance and wedge it can put between them is heartbreaking.
I pray the things that happen in “if anything happens I love you” never happens to anyone— pestcontrolservice (@phateticorganic) November 24, 2020
It’s a 12 min movie on Netflix if you wanna cry go watch it pic.twitter.com/reUXro1wwu
‘If Anything Happens I Love You’ is one of three Netflix animated shorts that are up for Oscar consideration in 2021. The movie is so well done and totally deserving.
so there’s this 12 minute animated vid in netflix called “if anything happens i love you” idk why it made me cry but one thing’s for sure, it made me realize that tomorrow’s not sure, show your love while u can. y’all should watch it!! ☻— yna (@ynesaaa_) November 23, 2020
12 Minutes, No Words…
There is not one single word spoken in the film. It isn’t needed, the visual representation and the music perfectly relay the story.
“If Anything Happens I Love You.” has finally been added to Netflix and let me tell you.. it has me balling like a baby this morning. It is absolutely heartbreaking and every parents worst nightmare. This animated short film holds such a tremendous message! #mustwatch pic.twitter.com/YFIVh8JWZ8— Jen. (@_juztjenn) November 20, 2020
It shows the disconnect and heartbreak in a way that words just are not needed. I’m seriously shocked at how a 12 minute film with no words has made me feel.
If Anything Happens I Love You (2020) Dir. Will McCormack & Michael Govier pic.twitter.com/dBlwvQX5CP— LUNA | 𝖇𝖚𝖙𝖙𝖊𝖗𝖋𝖑𝖞 𝖊𝖋𝖋𝖊𝖈𝖙 👼🏻 MP3 🌧 (@vintagecuban) November 20, 2020
For those of you that have lost a child to the violence of our world, I am so very sorry. No one deserves this, no child, no parent.
I do feel like this is a film that we should all watch. It’s 12 minutes, make the time. Here is the trailer…