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1st Oct '17 10:56:19 AM AndreaTx
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* ''Series/NCISLosAngeles'': Callen is introduced as a man with no past. He goes by G, but doesn't even know what G stands for. It was simply on the paper work that accompanied him to the orphanage. The series eventually reveals that Callen was brought to the US with an older sister who died several years after the two were placed in separate orphanages. Later as Callen delves into the mystery of his family and his repressed childhood memories, he finds a video of himself, his older sister, and his father. They were playing together on a swing set in times that were clearly much happier than the childhood that would follow after his mother was murdered and his father, a spy, was forced into hiding, requiring him to abandon his children for their own safety.
29th Sep '17 8:32:47 AM Sagetsu
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* The music video for the Creator/BackstreetBoys' "[[GriefSong Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely]]" briefly shows Kevin Richardson viewing a tape of him young and playing with his father and family. This is further played considering the video implies all of the Boys are, InUniverse, recently-deceased.
22nd Aug '17 10:48:36 AM DastardlyDemolition
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** An audio version is used in ''FalloutNewVegas'', where one of the possible companions, a super mutant Nightkin named Lily Bowen, carries around a recording of her grandchildren. Tragically, the medication she needs to treat her schizophrenia, which all Nightkin suffer from due to excessive exposure to the Stealth Boys, also gradually erases her memory of her pre-mutant life. There is no happy ending here, she will either eventually set out to find her lost past, and a family who is centuries dead, or she will begin taking the medication at full strength, curing her mental illness, but permanently taking away the memories of her grandchildren, leading to her discarding the recording.

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** An audio version is used in ''FalloutNewVegas'', where one of the possible companions, a super mutant Nightkin named Lily Bowen, carries around a recording of her grandchildren. Tragically, the medication she needs to treat her schizophrenia, which all Nightkin suffer from due to excessive exposure to the Stealth Boys, also gradually erases her memory of her pre-mutant life. There is no happy ending here, she will either eventually set out to find her lost past, and a family who is centuries dead, or she will begin taking the medication at full strength, curing her mental illness, but permanently taking away the memories of her grandchildren, leading to her discarding the recording. Or the worst ending where Lily stops taking her medications, which let her keep her memories... but day after day her instabilities got worse and worse until the sweet old granny who loves the Courier as if they were her grandchild becomes nothing more but a raving beast consumed by rage.
6th Aug '17 3:22:56 PM foxley
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6th Aug '17 3:21:53 PM foxley
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* ''ComicStrip/ModestyBlaise'': In "Children of Lucifer", Blenkinsop shows the imprisoned mafiosi home movies of wife and daughter so they will understand why he is doing what he is doing just before he attempts to murder them in a BoardToDeath scenario.
30th Jul '17 2:49:50 AM bfunc
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* It's not a ''video'', but in ''Series/BreakingBad'', Jesse calls [[spoiler:his former girlfriend's]] cell phone over and over after [[spoiler:she]] dies just to hear [[spoiler: her]] voice telling him to leave a message. The line is eventually disconnected by the phone company (presumably for non-payment). This puts him in a sort of DespairEventHorizon, but then repeatedly dialing the number to hear the message wasn't exactly a healthy way of dealing with it either, and it does prompt him to eventually put some effort into trying to get over it.
21st Jul '17 10:34:52 AM Cailleach
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* WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse has one show up in the episode "Lion 3: Straight to Video," recorded for the not-yet-born Steven by his dad and mom, the latter of whom would need to pass away to bring Steven into the world.

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* WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' has one show up in the episode "Lion 3: Straight to Video," recorded for the not-yet-born Steven by his dad and mom, the latter of whom would need to pass away to bring Steven into the world.
6th Jun '17 6:33:30 AM ClatoLawa
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* ''Fanfic/{{Fermeture}}'' opens with Marinette torturing herself with old Ladyblog videos, tearing up at the sight of her partner.
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22nd May '17 11:09:01 AM WillKeaton
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* ''Film/DeathSentence'' (2007 film with Creator/KevinBacon) -- the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gi0eNvM2Ng#t=5m13s "I am dying" version]].

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* ''Film/DeathSentence'' (2007 film with Creator/KevinBacon) -- the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gi0eNvM2Ng#t=5m13s "I am dying" version]].version.]]
16th May '17 4:40:46 AM foxley
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* ''Series/{{Motive}}'': In "Undertow", the killer is shown sitting at home alone watching a video of his dead son a rocking horse. The death of his son provided the motive for the murder, and earlier he had been shown disposing of the rocking horse because he couldn't stand to look at it any longer.
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