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Nov 6, 2009 | 10:38 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place November 7, 2009

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EDIT
thank you for the daily 2nd.
The short story about little boy Sean and his way to see the world.
I simply said what i wanted to say. It's up to you, understand it, or not.
I know, that I'm a bit late for halloween, but i simply had no time to finish this before 31.10, so anyways, please, submit it to halloween'09 collection.

PLease, write comments and describe your opinion. And oh yes, if you'll find any grammatical or graphical mistake, please, PM me, I'll fix it.

Thank you.

Thanks, Valas.
EDIT
please, watch till the end of the titles, to see some interesting info about this movie.

Reviews


the-good-onethe-good-one

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It was just beautiful

you know what you made me cry dude that was just the greatest thing ever you know what you just made me believe again thank you.


karthon responds:

pleasure to read this.


CooperlCooperl

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This makes me think alot

It really does.
Thanks for sharing this experience with me.

Music fitted in perfectly, animation was good too.



KivattiKivatti

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great

Great movie.

BTW. Valas in finland means a whale.


karthon responds:

I know, I wrote it because of my brother and his love to Finland, and because of the song Apulanta- Valas. lol))
I wrote about it in "nteresting info" after the titles.


ChancellorofelonaChancellorofelona

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simple concept, expertly delivered

I've tried about 10 different times to write something that would do your work justice, and nothing seemed to come out right or do it justice. So I'll keep it simple. I enjoyed it very much, and was moved to tears. Keep up the good work.


karthon responds:

no matter what you say. just what you feel.
thx.


blackrineblackrine

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

good

but what has this to do with fear?


karthon responds:

instead