The amazing clip is actually a condensed short film by Nicholas Kallincos, titled The Luminary, the most beautiful love story between moth and man that you will ever see. You read right. The central character in the film, a reclusive moth collector with a light bulb for a head searches for the luna moth, the missing link in his collection. His efforts to catch the luna and the endearing ending is sure to warm the hardest of hearts. Ahh, bless. To see the film in its original form, visit www.theluminary.com.au.
Dream Days at the Hotel Existence is the sixth studio album by Australian rock band Powderfinger, released by Universal Music on 2 June 2007 in Australia, 19 November 2007 in the United Kingdom, and 11 November 2008 in the United States on the Dew Process label. It was released in Australia with a limited edition bonus DVD, titled Powderfinger's First XI, featuring eleven music videos spanning the band's career, from the first single, "Tail" to "Bless My Soul", the band's latest single before the release of the album.
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