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starring Emil Rodeo, Ruby Tuesday, Thom the Cat and Guy Hardone
Stellar and Quite Moving
A great flash all around! A piece that felt alive as well. Now while for some reason it felt music was cut from here in there it was eerie and gorgeous. There was just a tiny bit more I wanted from the piece but I think it stands extraordinarily well by itself.
I'm not too sure about giving it a "suitable for all ages", but it's a heart provoking tale that reminds us that we should spend quantity, and not just quality time with the family.
Oh and the irony with the protagonist's/your name was funny. The ending was too abrupt, I'd have to say, and coffee doesn't really spell the end, you know what I mean?
Anyways the drawings were pretty decent for something that was this long and I think you've done a really nice job setting the mood with the mellow Beatles music combined with the black and white.
Great job using the non colorless theme to this man u doesnt pay enough attention to his woman.
That was truly wonderful.
I actually feel sad now.
For something as trivial as Flash animation to evoke such emotion is just amazing.
Great job. Truly.
Oh and good job keeping me watching the whole time, even with a flash so long.
nice smooth animation
i believe that this flash is trying to show that no matter how hard you try in life you will never get the life that you want
there will always be a catalyst that comes and ruins things...
great theme to this animation.. i always enjoy watching a flash that has a meaning behind it
keep it up!
Let the funds begin...
Detective Nwar faces off with two thieves who planned on laughing all the way to the bank.
The Grifms meets The Sweatsons
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