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Remind Me

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Dec 22, 2009 | 2:08 AM EST

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Remind Me

Remind Me is the title of this work, it is a personal narrative that examines the
effect a chance meeting can have on our psychological make up, mood and
memories. Remind Me is an animated info-graphic sequence that tells the
story of an encounter between two characters (a boy and a beggar) in an
Indian marketplace. The info-graphic style uses the theory of semiotics to
communicate symbolic meaning. The visual style and title is drawn from
musician and artist Röyksopp's song and video of the same title. The
animation is strictly based on a 9 frame storyboard developed using concept
mapping. The 9 frames represented in the animation reflect the issues
identified in the concept map.

The meeting with the beggar is a transcendent
moment in the child's life that triggers the path to attain the next segment in
the hierarchy, that is, the child can now see the world beyond only selfish
desires and now seeks a life that incorporates respect for and subsequently, by



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

A simple movie, but a good message.

Presentation is a bit bland, but there's some thought behind this.

The pacing, however, is pretty terrible, and it loops, kind of ruining any effect.

This is ok.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I always wondered what the video for Remind Me would be like if it was not using the remix version. Both are great but this gives me a look at what it might be like- really a good job


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well made with a good message

Awesome use of data display as art as well as commentary. A clever approach to the human condition and a tribute to all efforts to raise awareness about such issues. Also, a good use of the song.

Only issue is with the live photos at the end. It just feels inconsistent with the rest of the animation. I would have loved a more creative way to emphasize the point, at least something less cliched then some of the pictures that have almost lost effect due to over-use. Perhaps an overlaid montage that transitions more smoothly...

Perhaps a replay button instead of a loop as well

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

it wasn't funny but i liked the song though

next time im sure you will do better :D


Rated 3 / 5 stars


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