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Feb 7, 2005 | 4:23 PM EST
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UPDATE 02/08/2005
Front Page! Wow, I've been waiting for this moment forever! Thanks NG!

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Story of a man who has to go through the hard road that separates life from death. This is a movie I did in memory of my father who died in April 2004.

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Reviews


KazesanKazesan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

great job!

this is truly an example of quality flash work. The syncing with the song, the graphics, the realism, it just all works. It's a truly touching story too, it has made me think of my own life as a whole. I don't even know your dad and I'm truly saddened. btw, what did he die of? my guess is cancer but I'm not sure...


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typicaldaydreamertypicaldaydreamer

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I really liked this..

Moby, I like anyway, but the way you put your animation to it was very creative and intelligent. Your style is wonderful overall. Congratulate yourself for being able to express.

I, though, would love to be able to give you a hug. Very touching piece of work...



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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Now im sad

T-T love the song that goes with it and the story. A great tribute to your father may he R.I.P.


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AncientOrangeAncientOrange

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Heart Piercing... 10+

Wow, I am a bit speechless Kevin. You ripped the realist right out of me bro, thank's.... I hope this artistic, powerful (but subtle) piece about life, death and the struggles we deal with in between helped you find peace.


AsthmaticHamster responds:

It has, doing it was a great therapy actually.
Thanks for the review!


JordanChaseJordanChase

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful.

Your Flash convinced me to join Newgrounds.

I've seen many animated shorts, but "Porcelain" is the first to move me to tears.

Few people can capture the sorrowful beauty of death in storytelling as you have.

I look forward to your future work.


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