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When Alfred Alfer the mentally ill dog gets promoted to manager of Burrito Bell, flashbacks of a neglectful and unloving childhood haunt him and give him an idea - to rule as Dictator. Alfred uses his burnt-out employees as Love Pawns in his sick and twisted desire to fill the emptiness of his childhood and to be loved. Oh yes, did i mention Alfred has Multiple Personality Disorder and he can talk to his dictator alter and that hitler and stalin's souls are stuck in his head for all of eternity and can control him too?

this is a full-length episode (7 and a half minutes) and i apologize if the beginning may be a bit slow but trust me - it will speed up.

Reviews


ThermanTherman

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 29, 2007

WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!11 >:D

THAT WAS SO FUCKING GREAT THAT I PISSED ALL OVER MY
KEYBOARD!!!!!!11 But no i didnt its quite clean indeed but still a bit dusty.
That movie so freaking crazy! And thats why i love you <3 I give it a 10 on everything! And i vote 5! Keep up your sick twisted crazy work!



sanji8744sanji8744

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 29, 2007

Pretty Funny... If You Could Hear It...

I actually couldn't stop watching... which is unusual for most Flash Animations. I thought this was very original and very well done. The graphics were cleverly made and the style was ingenious. The sound however, was very poor. My thought is that you should put subtitles. I had to constantly change the volume of my speaker from up to down constantly. Loads of Violence and great humor gives this flash my vote of a 5 out of 5 and 8 out of 10.


emily-youcis responds:

yah, i've gotten alot of flack about the fluctuating sound but. . . i dont know about the other parts, but one intentional part was when he said (soft)"and you will learn a song to welcome your great dictator" (loud)"ME" It's andy kaufmanish, if you turned up the volume for that part, the following "me" would sneak up on you and . . yeah it's like a dumb screamer, but i oh so love to mess with audience!


monsieurfmonsieurf

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 29, 2007

Violence can be meaningful

I used to work in a fast food (prêt-à-manger; with its crappy bio and healthy ethic) and all managers are like alfred. Most of them can hardly speak or write two proper words (me neither, but i'm french, so...) and they compensate the fact that they're just poor losers in their lives by using their pitiful power like sons of bitches.
Great job. Carry on spining on little little tiny people.



RuddeRudde

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 29, 2007

Genious in many ways!

It's realy not often i comment stuff on NG, but when I do, is because I have a realy good reason.

I loved this piece. I f*cking loved! The animation was not superb, but certainly not bad. I think the graphics realy suited the story and concept perfectly. Bold, dark, brutal and psychotic. Style and graphics walked hand in hand. So for the editing and the sounds. It all fitted nicely together. And the choice of music: never wrong with some classical Beethoven. Excellent choice of music, also fitted in nicely.

I loved the brutal and psychotic violence you used. Sweet and mad and soooo spontaneus. And I realy liked the sence of humor. Me and my friends always mess around with dictators and prejudice, my advice: do not go dressed to a school masquerade dressed as a KKK member. The teachers don't like. Specially not mine. ;)

Overall: good story. Nice concept. You realy captured the insanity of a lonesome... dog.

Keep up the lovely work, girl!



ClubbasealClubbaseal

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 29, 2007

Whoa. Heavy.

This was an unabashedly honest look into the dark corners of the psyche, personified by a schitzophrenic dog. He allowed his demons to devour him, but many of us wrestle with those demons as well. Given a taste of power where there was no love before, many folks in those positions have fallen prey to this needyness you've portrayed.
Magnificent caricature.