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Mar 22, 2009 | 8:07 PM EDT
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Author Comments

HOPE, JOY and FEAR is one of the life's most powerful moments.
In this compilation I tried to offer abstract expierience of that moments trough
aestetics of super 8mm clips.
To watch clips you must drag 8mm roles into projector. This interactive flash is hommeage to forgotten technology and that whole 8mm experience (ritual of putting 8mm slides and watching your personal memories).
Visual style is minimalistic, just with lines and scratches which gave more 'feeling' to abstract nature of moments. Music is from Yann Tiersen, amazing musician and composer.

PS. My advice is to watch clips in order they are shown in the menu... ENJOY



Rated 0 / 5 stars


This short animation made me throw up in my nose and then I tried to drown myself in said throwup, Just trying to understand what the balllzzz of sorts that this Quote un quote stuuupid annimation MMEEAAANNSS, I you will, persay.

Merl1n responds:

I know what's your problem. You are 15 years old and retarded in the same time.
Write reviews when you grow up and when you have something constructive to say. Until then...FUCK OFFF!!!!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Abstract really isn't my thing...

...regardless, however, the intent was clear. Nice idea for the menu, and a wonderful job with the animation. Now this is a general opinion, but when anyone sees a frame-by-frame animation, is anyone reminded of that cartoon "Ed,Edd, and Eddie?" Just a thought, that's all. Good job there!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Impressive mate... trully impressive

Reminds me of ole' art animation done directly to super 8 tape...


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This touched my heard.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

very nice

Nice style, good flow, everything went well. I just think the rotoscoping could have been done a little better to look more accurate/smoother. I know it's "suppose to be in that style" but it would have looked Amazing if the animation was smoother