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Jan 10, 2010 | 3:10 AM EST
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A short film that I worked on for about 6 months as a achool project. Some reviews say this is about drug addiction, others about capitalism, others about other stuff. That's cool with me. To be honest, when I made this I just thought it was about some drug fucked piggies living in a derelict city. So feel free to read into this if you want, but you don't have to. I sure don't.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love it!

I've watched this like 10 times today. It's great. A shame you couldn't make it to the festival. I love the music!

Keep 'em coming! :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I have never felt so many mixed emotions by viewing a flash animation. First of all your animations and the world, the overall technique that you used was magnificent. Pardon to say I view it as very ugly but it adds to the whole element of the story and the darkness that it represents, it's like the monstrosity that lurks within the piggies was expressed through your drawings. I also find the whole movie very thought provoking and it is rich in elements that would stir up a conversation with many different point of views.

I would have wished this was submitted in your festival, I think it was magnificent. Very good job!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

that was... werid. in a good way

that was so random!! randomness + pigs = 10 stars :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Call me a sicko, but...

I thought the ending was pretty funny. Just the way the pig handled the blade was hilarious. Does that make me sadistic?


Rated 5 / 5 stars


at first i didnt get it but when i read ur coments it made more sence. and the pigs are selling eachother and the cash is sorta like a drug to them. good animation on it and why couldnt u make this into the film festival on time? just asking

FelixColgrave responds:

The school board had a copy and put it on a website showcasing student work. It wasn't allowed to go in the festival if it had already been published on the internet, so I had to drop out, then I uploaded it here.