The Black Button is a short film by Lucas Crandles. It's premise is simple yet intriguing: if you couldn't get caught, would you kill a stranger for $10 million?
Mr Roberts finds himself awoken inexplicably in a white room. A man sits before him at a desk and in between them stands a black button. If Mr Roberts pushes it, he will receive a briefcase filled with millions of dollars. Or he can take the key to the door and leave penniless. The catch? Pushing the button will result in the death of a human being. What would you do?
One of the finalist of the YouTube Award 2007 for Best Short Film: Link [embedded YouTube]
//How about if I push it twice for $20 million? ;)
I have less respect for an anonymous killer than a public one, and I think that those who would press the button are probably jaded about the worth of a human life because their own lives are so miserable.
I totally agree, I too hate killing bugs, I could never have killed a random human being, even if they gave me 500 mill U.S.D I couldn't have done it.