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Jun 2, 2010 | 10:41 AM EDT
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This is my college senior film. I storyboarded it out a few years ago and just recently got around to finishing it over a 6 month period juggling other things. It's kind of a commentary on over-consumption and capitalism, but really it's more about just having some fun at the expense of the main characters mental health.
The music is by the amazing and relevant Oingo Boingo. The Song is "What You See" off of their first album 'Only A Lad'.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


great animation. im detecting a subtle hint of blues clues


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Me likes

Liked it alot...

oh and this is Newgrounds... since when does it have to make complete sense :).


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very Nice, Great Animation

I really liked the way this was presented and i loved the way the animation was done. The music always fitted the animation and there were lots of little details that liked (although I'm not sure what the "I'm on the outside" or the "2" on the window were meant to represent.

I've watched it through a fair few times and it is still as awesome as ever...

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Butterflysmasher responds:

Most of the Easter Eggs are refrences to the rest of the album this song comes from.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Animation was fantastic. I liked the personality of the characters (in their facial expressions). Awesome directing too, A few times you changed perspective and it was gripping. thumbs up

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Rated 1 / 5 stars

Doesn't make sense

I just didn't get it ? It seriously sucked.

Butterflysmasher responds:

You see, the lack of lines is the key to ones understanding of this movie.
I could see how this could be confusing to you, but allow me to explain further: When one is without lines, it is known that one is also without boundaries. Without boundaries there is chaos and thus, what you are seeing here.
When this character decided to throw off his garb of containment, he also threw to the wind his sanity.

Also the toaster is supposed to represent 'God', but I'm pretty sure you at least got that.