Be a Supporter!

Credits & Info

Uploaded
Aug 12, 2003 | 1:44 PM EDT
  • Daily 5th Place August 13, 2003

Related Stuff

If you liked this, check these out!


Reviews


Leprechaun59Leprechaun59

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 1, 2009

Cool

it was pretty darn good



X-ChromeShine-XX-ChromeShine-X

Rated 3 / 5 stars November 17, 2009

...

No comment



GoTricky5GoTricky5

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 13, 2009

What the hell is this?

I mean, it's alright and all but WTF is this?



SilversethSilverseth

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 19, 2009

one thing that came to mind during the movie

"Kids, don't do drugs." Hahahah, I'm just joking. But really this is wicked.


People find this review helpful!

Cheshire-BanditCheshire-Bandit

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 25, 2009

This is amazing.

I really love the idea behind this. My favorite thing about it was the way the music would change in volume or become distorted as the subject would be covered, moved, or would be caused to, maybe, ?shift planes or realities? It almost seemed as if the flower embodied some ideal of persistence or absolution, seeing as how it obviously couldn't be controlled. It seemed like it was unstoppable, or inevitable. It seemed to me that once the girl discovered it and began to explore it, it eventually consumed her, much as when you discover the true energy of the universe, the origin of God, the Essence, you will come to know it, and eventually go back to it. And she tried to cover it up at first because it scared her. And the music was symbolic of the vibration that ultimately CANNOT be covered up. She ran from it, and began to float on a sea of uncertainty, hearing the song faintly, and very distorted. She then realized she must invite it unto her, therein inviting herself unto it, and threw herself into the waters, finally hearing the song fully. Then she was transformed in the light. Overall, I don't know what kind of story was being told, or what the message was, but that is my problem, not yours, so I won't score you any less. It makes me absolutely LIVID when people give a work of art a bad critique, just because THEY are too ignorant to understand it. Maybe I'll understand it if I watch it more. Maybe there's nothing to be understood, or, instead, should be interpreted by the individual. But whatever it means, it spoke to me in an aesthetic manner. So kudos :)


People find this review helpful!