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Aug 15, 2011 | 6:32 PM EDT

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With near infinite failed attempts to successfully initiate "subject b" ... we have finally, on the eve of mankind ... succeeded.

What remains of the future? Only time will tell.

Reviews


ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 25, 2011

That was weird

It perhaps wasn't so much a drama cartoon as it was an experimental one. I really had little idea what was going on, but it was still very powerful. I am guessing it was about StrawberryClock trying to bring all the other clocks back for some reason? I suppose he succeeded in how we saw some faces at the end. The way there was no dialogue really set the tone. It's probably one of the most serious clock movies I have ever seen.

I like how we get the big picture at the end when everything appears in color. It's still amazing how you create so much of a world for your characters to live in. What kind of things can you look at and achieve deep in the night? Is there a whole world you are going to find? It was interesting how you can tell emotions with clocks for faces.



mackafeemackafee

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 25, 2011

great work

this was a nice pice of work, i liked the black/white/gray color system at the start and then emerging into real color. the music was great and the animation was smooth, however there was not much of a story, he wakes up wanders around and then leaves. but aside from that great job.