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A small one here, less than a meg.
Obvious But Good
Unlike most of Firth's work, this piece was a little more obvious in its tenacity. The underlying points found in the script are brought up to the surface and made clear for any viewer to understand. The downside to this is that the entire short lacked the usual charm that is accompanied by Firth's style of writing and animation.
All that said, the concept was extremely creative as always and the other elements came together nicely. This wasn't his best work by a long shot but it still was very well constructed.
I notice multiple meanings in this again. You truly create artwork, Mr. Firth.
measure of health
"its no measure of health to be adjusted to the profoundly sick society"
I like the fact of lawmaing you put there - instead of creating a solution for the cause of the issue - they make a law to restrict it.
and the comparison to the social rejection and differential advantages.
2 different aspects - but not exactly.
I sense the irony...
really does make sense in every way! from always being bullied because parents couldn't afford to the best things and also atomic bombs being made every 5 minutes!
A fat unicorn tries to befriend a crazy princess.
Episode 1 of Tales of Stuff!
Ellen and Uncle Max go on a heartfelt adventure.
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