Showing Harold Lloyds exploits in 3D meant conveying that sense of vertigo that was a true trademark in his incredible films. Safety Last! from 1923 is an absolutely iconic film that everyone, even those who have never heard of Lloyd, know thanks to the scene on the wall of the skyscraper, hanging from the clock. Over the years, this image has become the representation of the modern man who is hanging on to a sense of time that is becoming ever shorter and more implacable, rushing along at the speed of time itself. Harold Lloyd, who was not just an actor but also a screenwriter, inventor of filming systems and perfectionist, made this film his first great masterpiece with a level of success that was often higher than his contemporaries, such as Chaplin or Keaton. Now, finally, after nearly 100 years, we present the man hanging from the clock that we all know and love in the form of a wall plaque with truly extraordinary details. Its time for Harold Lloyd!