The movie Boyhood, by Richard Linklater, which was 12 years in the making, shares a lot about the joys and struggles of life many of us experience in varying ways. Boyhood follows the growing up of a boy named Mason from age six to 18. At the end of the film the 18 year old Mason, now a freshman in college, sits chatting with a new girl he met at school. They’re looking out at the beauty of Big Bend National Park in Texas and the girl, one who clearly has a crush on Mason (and vice versa), says to Mason something profound.
Girl: You know how everyone’s always saying, “Seize the moment”? I don’t know why… I’m kind of thinking it’s the other way around. You know, like, the moment seizes us.
Mason: Yeah… Yeah, I know. It’s constant. The moments… It’s just—It’s like it’s always right now, you know?
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