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Jun 14, 2002 | 5:18 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature June 15, 2002

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An emotional Radiohead video set to the song Street Spirit (Fade Out)

Update: wow, i never knew i would get the daily feature, this means a lot to me, thankyou all! especially john and zwingo, thanks =D



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cool style and animation!

All the effects you've done with the eyes are very good!
It was cool when the boy stucked his hand inside his stomach.. but why?
All the colors of the sky are done very well, good job on that!!
All the eyes spining with different opacities (spelling?) were really cool!
All the colors of the flowers were very cool, keep making more colors (:D)! great work! I liked the blood as tears...

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Affinitia responds:

He actually stuck his hand into his chest. "Why?" To rip out his heart.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


You depicted that song very very well. You have great artistic ability, and just for that, you deserve a 10. I love how so many of your movies have heart. Such as: Bush, Sad Skater 1 and 2, Spiders, and Abuse. And I absolutely love your humorous movies. Especially A Man And His Poop! =D hehe...Great work Tim. Keep it up. God Bless. ^_^


Rated 5 / 5 stars


That is definately going in as one of my favorite flashes, that was great

Affinitia responds:

hey thanks! but you said it was going as one of your favorite flashes, and this movie is not in your top 10 favorite list... but hey, thats ok... thanks for the review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

exactly right

you got the feel of it just right... the graphics at first seemed kinda to let it down a bit at points, but maybe not, the second half of it was better, i think but hey.... dont think it could be much better :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a true reflection of sorrow.

Radiohead is powerful enough to inspire heartache among the unloved without this visual apparition of sadness. This is truly a great representation of the spoils and sorrows of the human heart.