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This Guy Tricked His Girlfriend to Shoot a Cinematic Proposal Video

4 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

When freelance filmmaker Matthew Paquette went to the carnival with his girlfriend Clara last weekend, she had no idea that he would propose on the Ferris wheel. What's more, Paquette managed to trick Clara and secretly film this 4-minute cinematic proposal video.
The couple first met two years ago, and one of their first memories was sitting on the carnival's Ferris wheel together. Each year the couple also takes the time to shoot photos and cinematic videos at the carnival.
This year, Paquette asked Clara if she'd like to shoot some couple-themed stock video at the carnival, and she...
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