This heartwarming V Day Video about love and separation is so good you’ll get goosebumps

Valentine’s Day is tomorrow, and there’s a lot of lovey-dovey stuff going around, one of which is this incredibly heartwarming video. Have you watched this video that was filmed  specially for Valentine’s Day?

Filmed and uploaded on YouTube by Pea Nut Butter Studios, this video tells you about the fate and destiny of two very different but very similar people. They lost each other in the past, and inexplicably, found each other again by coincidence.

Imagine this, you are travelling alone in a foreign land, looking for a certain place to go. You walk around aimlessly, and suddenly bump into a very pretty local. You ask her for direction, and she personally brought you to the place you wanted to go.

For the next few days during your trip, you continue to hang out with her. She gives you the local tour and take you around to sightseeing, even giving you a ride on her scooter.

At the end of your trip, you are disappointed to know that she’s not sending you off at the airport. Instead, she hands you a gift and wish you a safe journey.

If you’re curious and dying to know what happens next, then you have to watch this heartwarming video below. We’re going to give you a bit of a spoiler and ask: Who agrees that the best part of the video is quite possibly the song and flashback scenes near to the end of the short film?

While it may be a story, things like that do happen in reality. It’s all about whether you believe in fate and destiny or not. So, the question is, do you?


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