The short film is actually quite a comprehensive look, as it begins with the moment the A380's Captain says goodbye to his family to head to the airport. There's the crew briefingincluding a fresh swipe of lipstick for the female flight attendantsand even the hot towel delivery to Business Class once they're gotten underway. Overall, it depicts the flurry of activity necessary to deliver Emirates' signature service during such an abbreviated flight.
Curious how much it'll cost to fly the route? These segments would typically be part of longer itineraries for those traveling to/from other parts of the world for Kuwait, changing planes in Dubai, but it is possible to book just the tiny hop. For flights in August, the cheapest economy seat is asking $300 roundtrip in Economy, $1200 in Business, and $1800 in that famous First Class, although a 1-hour flight means you'll have to have your priorities straight for enjoying all the amenities.
It's worth noting that the Dubai-Kuwait flight steals the title of shortest A380 route from Emirates' own Dubai-Jeddah, at 2.5 hours. Flying to Jeddah would definitely be the better option if you're flying just for the First Class experience, because then at least you'll have time to shower and hit the Upper Deck bar.