"Le Grand Content examines the omnipresent Powerpoint-culture in search for its philosophical potential. Intersections and diagrams are assembled to form a grand 'association-chain-massacre'. which challenges itself to answer all questions of the universe and some more. Of course, it totally fails this assignment, but in its failure it still manages to produce some magical nuance and shades between the great topics death, cable tv, emotions and hamsters.
The film is a co-production with Karo Szmit. Narration is by Andre Tschinder. The diagrams are inspired by the site indexed.blogspot.com created by Jessica Hagy."
It is very poetic and romantic story of our lives, hopes, dreams and regrets caught in power point... I simply love the way power point was used and transferred into philosophical tool. Authors claim it was failure, but maybe it is the right way you can reach the office rats and power point lovers ...show them life, and meaning via charts.
My favorite "slide" is this one:
I guess I don't need to say anything more. See yourself and get a few serious thoughts about your life and types of virgins you met on your way.
Visit Le Grand website. You can also find here lots of other interesting works.
Talking about power point, you should also read Seth Godin's post about Really Bad Powerpoint