Facebook agrees to create Look Back video of man's dead son

www.usatoday.com Published: February 6, 2014

Facebook agreed to create a Look Back video of a dead man after his father made a tearful plea in a video that went viral, according to USA TODAY.

The Look Back video is a 62-second video Facebook users can create highlighting their biggest moments on the social network. Facebook offered the feature this week to commemorate its 10th anniversary.

"All we want to do is see his movie. That's it," said John Berlin of Arnold, Mo., in a video posted on YouTube. The video had more than 717,000 views as of Thursday morning.

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