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Mar 28, 2006 | 12:57 PM EST
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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.

Reviews


furyOtypofuryOtypo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WOW

That was amazing. Great job, keep up the good work and all that.



guyman5guyman5

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yep

I feel like that sometimes



shibby-personshibby-person

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow...

That was simply amazing.
Although I wonder what he tried saying in the beginning?



wraithdragonwraithdragon

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fucking hell!!!!

Now THAT was bloody Excellent!!!
Seriously!
The art was exceptional and the animation was also really great. Your choice of music ROCKED!!! It is possibly the best metal based flash I've ever seen. The style of your art meshed perfectly to the atmosphere of the music, dark and gloomy. Also your time was perfect, I loved the part where the corpses start bursting out of the ground, sheer excellence!
I gave you a high rating for the violence, not because there was a high level of blood guts and gore (which there wasn't), but because of the implied violence you portrayed and also for the mental violence.
I've never heard this song before, and I don't know what its about, but dammit I felt like this was like the official film clip for it.
This was some fucking brilliant work!!!



AllexxuAllexxu

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pure genious...

To have the ability to express the psychological structure of a person in such a manner is, in my opinion, a gift of which you should be very proud. This flash was, to put it as simple as possible, a masterpiece. A plunge into a hypersensitive artist's mind, exposing a tormented soul in such detail, in a moment when the poet fails his test and becomes a victim of his animalic desires. The death of a soul brought upon it by the death of its soulmate. I need not say more, because this speaks for itself: it truly is a brilliant work of art.