Duluth is a special place. You know that. I know that. Duluth knows that.
We decided to document that fact by spending one day talking to random people in Duluth. We conducted the same basic interview over and over again in different locations for about 8 hours, and then set out to create a three minute video. Hours of film were eventually whittled down to six minutes that we want to share with you now. We hope you like it.
So who are “we”? This is the full disclosure part. The project grew out of the plan to create a 30-second commercial for Emily Larson, who is running for Duluth City Council. We quickly decided that we wanted to do something above and beyond a typical political commercial and that we wanted something that would be meaningful after the election on Nov. 8. So in addition to creating a 30-second “political” commercial (which is also up on YouTube) we created this video to pay homage to Duluth.
Again, we hope you enjoy it.
PS: PDD should add a tagging category for “reverence” or something to that effect instead of having both “advice” and “recommendations.”