A new Internet video uses powerful imagery to inspire the millennial generation to vote. "Citizen's Cry" brings viewers 80 years into a bleak-looking future, in an attempt to emphasize to America's youth what could happen if they stay home this election. "Citizen's Cry," directed by Corey Rosen, who's worked on Star Wars and Pirates of the Caribbean, hopes young people will realize that their silence could be heard far into the future.
The video claims to be bipartisan, but it definitely suggests that having the wrong leaders in power will lead to the downfall of America. The viewer is left to decide which leaders will usher in hard times for later generations, and which can save them. Do you think the message of urgency will inspire youth, or does it fall flat by trying too hard?