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Mar 27, 2011 | 9:56 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place March 28, 2011

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Created in 87 hours (over 3 months)
Created with Adobe CS3 and Reaper

THE ANIMATION IS BASED ON
Ezekiel 36:26,
The parable of the Prodigal son (Best explained in John MacArthur's sermon "A Tale of Two Sons"),
and the sermons titled "The love of God" by Paul Washer

EDIT:
Hooley Dooley! I was wondering why so many people were checking my animation out. One of the featured movies...... Thanks Tom and/or everyone involved.

Reviews


skylerskinnerskylerskinner

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I will say...

I will say that it was a little confusing, the way it was portrayed... but I love the concept. And to all of you who seem to be negatively criticizing this because you are an Atheist, don't understand what this is about, or are unfamiliar with the verse; try to use your heads a bit more and realize that just because you do not personally agree or understand does not degrade the quality of this animation.

Continue with the good work and may God bless you!


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nahtanojmal responds:

Have they? I don't recall them criticizing because of personal beliefs. They seem to say they are Atheists but they like the film nonetheless. Or maybe I'm deluded and think everyone loves this film because this is the best response I've had from any of my films.

Anyways, I'm glad you like it. Thank you


ixidor92ixidor92

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful

I loved this, bottom line. The animation was only okay, but the message . . . It's nice to see that people are willing to show their beliefs in public.


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nahtanojmal responds:

Mmmmm.... I agree. And I'm glad you loved this


britishboy101britishboy101

Rated 2 / 5 stars

lame

unintresting


nahtanojmal responds:

Ha ha! thanks for your honesty


TenaighTenaigh

Rated 5 / 5 stars

meh

this was kinda awkward for me to watch as I am an atheist and I don't really think that there is a greater force out there.... But past that point this was a really good animation and a good story (just because I am atheist doesn't mean I hate the message of the bible) I am going to have that song stuck in my head for weeks


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nahtanojmal responds:

I'm glad you like it.

Well maybe you haven't heard the whole message of the Bible. God destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah, women, children and all. Part of the message being God hates sin and even while we were in our mothers womb we were evil. God is very patient in His wrath but eventually His wrath will be poured on all who are evil.


09CArventos09CArventos

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow....................................

Now that was a great heartfelt animation, I'm just glad it didn't have any of horrible twists of irony. Also, I'm not sure what gave me the message, but I knew the robot was a girl even before the ending. I think it was the features on her face (lips,etc.).
In my opinion, the king/god was like her father; was that the intended idea?


nahtanojmal responds:

Oh I'm sure you were thinking that the whole way through like that animation of the guy in the clouds saying He touched me (all serious like) then Jesus poops fish. Ugh so annoying.

no I didn't intend him to be like her father but fathers (the way they are supposed to be) are an image of what God is like so in this case it's pretty similar.