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The Heart of Stone

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Mar 27, 2011 | 9:56 AM EDT

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

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

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.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Thank you for posting this!

I found this so touching, (I swear I almost cried at the end) I needed to be reminded of the prodigal son (daughter in my case hahahaha) because I had been straying away from god and all the stuff that matters lately, this is exactly what I needed to see.

from what I understood (plot wise) is that the character wakes up into life, really, and sees a note from God telling her that he loves her. She turns it down and goes to live as an atheist, while she is there she is led into temptation and is caught by the devil and is being tortured. God then comes and saves her, for he still loves her and takes away her heart of stone (which feels no love) and gives her one of flesh, so she can love and feel love from God.

Thats just how I saw it though!

I loved the animation and soundtrack, the artwork was beautiful. Keep up the good work!

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nahtanojmal responds:

Wow that pretty much encapsulates the plot in a nutshell. Thanks


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good... Great infact!

Wow dude, that was... well, great. Like I already said. For some reason it came really close to giving me a sad, but didn't quite... anyway, awesome!

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nahtanojmal responds:

:D thanks


Rated 5 / 5 stars


thank you for your effort its very touching. there are no words to expresate how i feel its very good

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nahtanojmal responds:

Hey fernandeath, thanks for your encouraging review


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Im confused, by a lot. I know the parable, but what I dont get is the story. She runs away to a city where she needs god to save her?
Animation went well with the song either way. Looks good.

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nahtanojmal responds:

It's my fault sorry and Thank you


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very very good!

I enjoyed this video of yours very much. As a struggling individual who is in conflict with his own religion, I found this very touching in so many ways. I like how you used material objects as symbolism for the material ways of humans. I definitely got the allegory regarding "The Prodigal Son" (even though it seems to be a female not sure that matters though) ... regarding that scrub "kyte317" please read the >author comments< and be a bit more impartial next time and maybe you wont be so blind to the message behind this video.

Thanks again for your superb video, I wish to see more of your work, and possibly a better wrap-up next time(i felt there was a lack of conclusion at the end, even though it was still satisfying)

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nahtanojmal responds:

Thanks. Yeah I have been sloppy in closing loose ends in a few of my films. but thanks to all these reviews I'll put more effort into it. Thanks