It’s February 2nd, which means it’s Groundhog Day! That’s the good news, the bad is that today during the festivities in Gobbler’s Knob (real place), said Groundhog Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow.
Legend has it that this spells six more weeks of Winter and we can forget about an early Spring. Kick us while we’re down Phil! Despite this we’re still going to celebrate the day, and what better way than with a unique version of the classic Bill Murray movie.
Independent editor Neil Fennell has made a re-cut placing the 37 days that take place in the film side by side, with striking and very dizzying effect. Neil writes in his YouTube description,
“I wanted to see what it would be like if the events of the movie “Groundhog Day” all took place simultaneously. Every frame of the movie is used from days 1-37, with the exception of a few crossfades.”
Enjoy, and keep those Winter woolies handy, looks like they’re going to be needed that little bit longer.
Groundhog Day – Every Day in One Day by Neil Fennell on YouTube
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