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Second half of the 19th century. The Poet struggles to live through his fiancée's unexpected death. He finds refuge in writing.
The animation was good, pretty much everything except the plot. Wasn't very exciting to watch basically.
wow dude u r the best movie maker ive seen out rite now the animation and storyline is freakin awesome plz plz plz make more like this one
SOOOO GREAT!!! GREAT JOB!!! BEST THING I SEEN ON HERE!!!! NUDITY, VIOLENCE, ETC.... EVERYTHING!!! GREAT JOB!!!! YA!!!!
First off, the graphics. Good. God. The animation is so smooth. The style is great. I love the way the main character looks. You are an amazing artist, animator, and story teller. Your work amazes me, and all your movies are incredible. This movie is quite different from your others, which doesn't surprise me. It's obvious you like to try different things. Whatever works to tell your story. And that really makes your work stand out. So keep up the amazing work...
-First, the graphics reflected the story in a way I have never seen any flash maker use his resources. Actually, scratch that, you are not a "Flash Maker"...you are...and my hat is off...an "Artist"with a capital A
-Second, the styleis entirely revolutionary, and I hope that you continue to use this dramatic a noir style in all of your works. I need a flash that boosts my expectations for them every once in a while.
-The Sound...This is one of my favorite parts of the flash. You blended sounds perfectly (there was no messy seams that were there from cuts) and the songs reflected a very confused and depressed individual's feelings.
-The Violence was intigrated perfectly into the storyline. There was no overflow of gore in an attempt to impress your audience (And a good thing too! That might have taken the artistic value out of the animation and story.)
-So, as a result of all thesethings mashed together, I leave you with this...I refuse to accept anyone who says "This shit isn't art!", becauseI think that "This shit IS art!"...lol
The return of Dr. Bees!
Goling about and preventing things.
He was working in a whip shop in Flushing, Queens...
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