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A short story about those men that come from upstairs.
I guess I never put enough thought into it...
It seems Ive never properly reviewed your collection of onions. I've spent all my time reviewing your flash submissions and your awkwardly creative peices of moving pictures, but I've honestly never considered the oppinions or the epiphanies of your onions. I'm so sorry, sir, but I'm not sure that I'm ready to take on the responsibility. I'm not yet ready to review your onions. They simply possess to much power for me to analyze to my fullest extent. Forgive me, kind sir, forgive me and maybe one day I will find it in myself to review your collection of onions. An upset onion begs to be held in your palms, Mr. Firth. Forgive me, onion master.
I always love Mr. Firth's work, and I enjoy it whenever it comes. This one is no exception. The movements are fluid and the voicework, as usual, is superb. The graphics, while not the best seen on Flash, are simple and clear. The message of this work is a wonderful one, too. Yet there is something missing from this work which I cannot quite place my finger on. I'm glad to see Mr. Firth breaking out of the mold of "the guy who makes creepy movies," although I would never willingly trade my beloved Salad Fingers for this sort of thought-provoking yet sublty unsatisfying short film.
It's very clear what's being personified here, and it's very well put across, but is there anything more to it than that?
I love you, David Firth.
Your animation, while not breathtaking or amazing in any sense, serves its purpose. Like always, the sound in your submission is amazing. The ambient background music fits the tone. The story itself does not make sense in the slightest, yet I feel it has significance and it's not just filler in between Salad Fingers. SF had gotten stale for me, so it's nice to see you doing something new.
One question-- was the main character's voice your own? It seems that all of your flashes have at least one guy with that voice. It distinguishes your work from all others.
Creepy and unique as usual, nice work.
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