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Aug 7, 2001 | 4:35 PM EDT

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A black and white story of Depression.
Keep in mind things like this happen in the world today. Everyone at some point suffers from depression. Some more than others.

Added AntiClockClock because we run a site together and this will soon be on the flash section.

Reviews


KeriKilledTehPopeKeriKilledTehPope

Rated 1 / 5 stars August 25, 2008

Yeah...

Awful animation. Boring and repetitive

i lost interest after about 30 seconds
I can't say that I liked the music either..



Number97Number97

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 1, 2006

Excellent

A really well done movie. BTW, many people were askilg what the music was called: it's by Rob Dougan, Clubbed to Death - blade trinity theme



ladyjenniferladyjennifer

Rated 0 / 5 stars September 8, 2005

stop using that music!!!!!!! or so help me god.

please!!!!!! EVERYONE needs to stop using that same played out crap!!!!! im totally sick of hearing it
sorry, would have been better silent
sometimes i want to shoot myself when i hear that same crap over and over! but im sane
ya know just tell everyone to knock it off and make their own
even if its te same in some way it may be interesting
no more used music please!!! god help them all



Peter-IIPeter-II

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars September 4, 2005

What a load of pseudo bullshit.

Just kidding. That was laugh-out-loud funny. I especially found it funny how you tried to convey depression into something that's rational into a stupid, repetitive flash with graphics that could be drawn by a four-year-old.

"Keep in mind things like this happen in the world today."

o rly? Damn, I feel so sorry for those that are crying for some reason. They are all must be suffering from depression.



Fallenangel22087Fallenangel22087

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 24, 2005

Good subject, good music.

This was an overall good piece. I love the music you used, and would like to know where I could download it. The piece does get really close to what it feels like to lose some. Next time, try and make it a little more realistic. Other than that, good job.