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Aug 6, 2003 | 2:49 AM EDT
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This is my first film in quite some time. It took a good many hours to complete and a whole lot of thinking. There is so much more to this little cartoon if you listen to the words carefully. Please enjoy my first serious movie.

UPDATE: I have getting a lot of e-mails about two of the songs used in it. The main song is "So, Ha" by Splashdown. That band is no longer together, but the lead singer continues to make music, and you can check it out at www.UniversalHallPass.com
The end credits song is called "Comtine D'un Autre Ete: L'apres Midi" by Yann Tiersen.

Thanks for all your encouraging e-mails!

--DanMalo

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Twisted-SmileTwisted-Smile

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 14, 2007

Was awsome

Great song, Great vid, shut every one who hates this

WOOO for beign different!



Mrobinson587Mrobinson587

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 26, 2007

ZOMG

You used Bedknobs and broomsticks. You instantly get a 10 for that.
I'm glad somebody else in this world appreciates it.


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endlosmachtendlosmacht

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 26, 2006

truly a work of art

your video speaks on so many lvls and i can so much connect to how alice feels. i agree with one comment that said that they love 1 word titles. ite gives room for people to reflect on what that word means to them before and after watching such a video.

could you or someone do me one favor? list like the artist name along with their title? like for example:

Artist / Song
Splashdown / ???
Yann Tiersen / ???
Disney / ???

I love listening to all types of music and i like the angry girl singing and yet the soft poetic piano solo would love to know the piano song.


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TheCrystalShipTheCrystalShip

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 23, 2006

Brilliant.

This was perfect, especially with the song. There's many people who can relate to this. Kinda makes you wonder what "real" really is.
There is little hope for those of us who do not have an accurate view of reality. Whether you're like Alice, and you live in a world you've created; or whether your mind just refuses to accept reality, it isn't easy. Once they start to see you're not quite as "normal" as you should be, they're going to try to fix you, even though you're not broken. It doesn't matter how intelligent you are, or how much logic you have if you're not what they consider to be sane. They're going to break you down until you really have lost it. My view of reality isn't quite right either. Sound like I know what I'm talking about? I've learned to lie about understanding just to get through the day. Everyone else's high expectations of me have quickly disintegrated in the past couple years, since they've found out I'm not quite as bright as I appeared to be. I just can't keep up anymore, they've broken me down. This isn't real, and it's a long road to Wonderland. And so many roadblocks along the way.


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GRASSHOPPERGREENGRASSHOPPERGREEN

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 4, 2006

LOVED IT!

I recently read a quote : "Being normal is not necessarily a virtue, it rather denotes a lack of courage."
From somebody who has been labeled way too often and has followed Alice quite a ways down that particular hole - I can only say thank you.
Loved the animation, loved the tune, loved the concept. It works beautifully and really spoke to me.


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