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Nov 21, 2005 | 2:20 PM EST

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Hi there!
Encouraged by the good score my first subission "Brainless" achieved, I made a film about a topic that's been bugging me for some time now. Since I have tons of "Suppressed Emotions", I might even turn this into a series.
Have fun!

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demonhoofdemonhoof

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 23, 2005

Great movie!

To the poster before me, who talks as though s/he is a zen master, recognize please that nas ever begun to come close to realizing the true nature of emotion or contemplating the innumerable ways of living. I do not think the author is trying to mask feelings about lust or love, I think he is simply choosing to allow the raw power of that which we call the Universe flow through him in a different way than biological urges. ALL human aso single human, at this stage in our literally infantile development, hpects are divine. Right, wrong, these are hollow words with no backbone. In many ways I admire the author's ability to transcend the basic human desire for a relationship and put his effort into seeking what he truly is. The tricky thing to remember, of course, is that we all discover what we are (what we choose to be) no matter what we are doing. This concept cannot be explained fully verbally. It cannot be comprehended fully with our childlike minds. Try to understand, however, its basic principal. I myself struggle with this.



zenkigenzenkigen

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars November 22, 2005

hehehe

oh youth... how wonderful it is... when you get older you will realize that this was just a way of acting out your fears of relationships, of sex.. giving excuses for your fear that happiness can be found in other things. Happiness is an illusion, and its not necessarily 'found'. Sexuality and relationships are enhancing, not distracting from art... depending of course on the situation. I am an artist, and sex is one of my main influences... it goes hand in hand with music, drawing, etc. I have been in a relationship for 8 years. Dont get me wrong here, there is nothing wrong with the way you are, or the fact that you are afraid or nervous in a relationship/sexual situation. Stick to the art, and you will find one day that those feelings you 'had' are gone, and here you are waking up next to some beautiful friend of yours... not knowing why it happened, or where it is going... but you will still draw... but this time with a new viewpoint :D



Erska-ContiErska-Conti

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 22, 2005

U stole my ideas from my head!...nah not really

Well...thats a litle like me...i just love to darw stuff...tho...i sometimes dream of having a "partner" but that often ends up in me desciding to draw instead...hell...im happy with my life as long as i can draw stuff :)...o and yes...no need to have a gf if there arent anything but sex in the relasionship...or something

LONG LIVE ART!
...o and yes im a nerd...so ppl dont have to start flaming me



XPNetXPNet

Rated 2 / 5 stars November 22, 2005

Emotional Baggage...

I think it's funny how people are so addicted to there own emotions that they would rather be a miserable #uck then a person that interacts with what is going on in the real world. I hate when people are so wrapped up in what is emotionally going on in there head that they cannot interact with other people it's out right pathetic. I mean really, you can think about that @hit when your dead so why act dead now. Also, are you saying in the movie that you are upset that your friends knowing what they know as a good time are trying to get you to have a good time like them? I can see that as being #ucked up that they would try to get you to have a similar fun experience! Shit you much be a real asshole when you try and show them some of your work then huh? With this being said realize I'm talking about the movie not you nor am I saying step up interact and keep the flash comming..



bersl2bersl2

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars November 22, 2005

I know how it feels

Everybody asks, "What's your problem? Go get a girl/Go get laid/etc."

You and they are speaking the same language, but no communication occurs. They, by definition, cannot empathize with those like you and me, because they have never experienced quite how we feel; nor can we exactly package the feeling into words, despite it taking only a few for us to recognize each other as having experienced it.

They do not understand the emptiness inside; they do not understand the desire to fill it not with another person, but with some pursuit of a constructive nature. I am very glad that you have begun to actualize using your talents; so far, mine remain elusive---I have recently been granted fleeting moments of mental clarity, but would that I have them more often.

As for why you are at a club, let me guess: you are there because you want to be with your "aquaintances", but they want to be there to score with chicks. So you eventually end up wondering why you even came when they "ditch" you (which they really don't, it just seems like it). You spend your time drinking (I don't drink, so I have even less to occupy myself with :) ). Then, at some point, they wander back and ask if you're having a good time. You say "Yeah," but you don't mean it. Even if you wanted to have fun as they are doing (and its plausible that you are partially hiding certain impulses behind your rationalizations), you can't.

As for why you decided to mention that you're not gay, it's because you aren't, but you still get asked that every so often, because you have not been demonstrating "normal" behavior. Annoying, isn't it, how they just can't see the difference, and how you can't convey anything more than a simple answer in the negative?


desc3 responds:

Damn, you got it!
You fully, completely, thoroughly got the message I wanted to conveigh! My, I'm so proud of ya! :-D
*happiness*