In the first 5 seconds we see a man a very young girl playing with a ball on a beach. It looks to be a dad and his young daughter. The dad kicks the ball up in the air very lightly so that the daughter is able to catch it. It seems very clear that the daughter is very happy which is a demonstration of pathos.
It continues to show clips of fathers and daughters playing catch. They all seem to be caring and watching out for their daughters as they play catch with them. I think that helps contribute to their argument in some way.
The video continues to show clips of dads and daughters playing catch, however, it seems that the director is showing older girls. I believe he is trying to show that each father is continuing to care for the daughter the older they get.
In these couple seconds it shows older girls and how the dads are still caring for them and helping them. The last clips shows a dad as he is the catcher for his daughter who is a softball pitcher. He is trying to help her get better and encouraging her it seems like since she is smiling after she throws the pitch. This demonstrates pathos as well because the daughter is smiling.
In the final clip it shows an older dad throwing a football pretty far to a younger girl. This could be a grand father throwing to his grand daughter. It seems that by the end of all these clips the fathers and grandfathers are trusting the daughters and grand daughters a little more than at the beginning of the video. In the beginning it showed that the fathers were taking it a little easier on the young girls when throwing the ball. Towards the end though it shows that the father figures trust the girls to catch it and don’t hold back.
Finally in the last five seconds, it states that it only takes a moment to make a moment which seems to be the directors point of this video. These father figures all took time out of their busy schedule to make sure they spent some time with their daughters. They made sure they were there for them all the time whether they needed help or just wanted to spend some time with their dads.