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Aug 28, 2011 | 5:44 AM EDT
  • Underdog of the Week August 31, 2011
  • Daily 2nd Place August 29, 2011

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some words for those who still can read and still can change something:

We all have a dream. We can call it understanding of truth or connection with god or accord to the Great order- it doesn't really matter. And we all are trying to match it in some way.
Sometimes there are powerfull advisers coming to guide us.
Here comes a really BIG question: will you follow the authority or follow your heart?
Yes, this movie is full of picture and sound symbols, yes, it's about loneliness in modern society, yes it is about keeping nature clear and returning to Great harmony, yes it's about technocracy and global addiction to technologies, and about religion...
Tell me, what do you see here, how do you understand this animation.

Music: Kasim Keto
Visual and sounds: Ace0fredspades
Additional sounds: freesound.org
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2nd daily! Thank you all, people! And thank you very much for your long reviews!
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Allright- "underdog of the week", I've just read what does that means.
Ok, that award clearly separated those who can watch, think and express their opinion from those, who can just watch.
Anyway award is award, thank you very much for interesting reviews and if you have questions on what did I really mean creating this- write me a PM.

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elaninelanin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

what i see is a person that is well in the knowledge of nature,but is not well rooted and wise in it. another person that is knowing of the knowledge based on nature and believeing it's better introduces it to the man,but as time goes by, he starts to slip away from that knowledge and realize that this is not the way. Nature is the base of life and not this other way,so he becomes rooted and wise in this knowledge of nature. thus, having peace within and throughout his life.


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CrudeDudeCrudeDude

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

What I see is an eccentric guy (hyped up on whatever his race of square dudes has developed) who gives the bored triangle dude something SIMILAR to the sun, which the triangle dude has always wanted for some reason (maybe he is greedy?). Or, the Triangle dude is trying to stay awake all the time by keeping up with the sun--until he gets the light that allows him to conveniently stay awake nonstop? The triangle dude is then fascinated by the new light that he owns and he is totally consumed by it since there is not much else to do on his planet. Then he snaps out of it, destroys the light, suddenly sees nature (where did the seed come from?), has his respect for the sun again, and will finally develop a healthy sleep schedule. lol It's not very clear to me. I do like the mysterious feeling that animations like this give though.

Also, the music is sounds good but there is way too much of a low end (maybe not your fault). I want to listen to it but the bass is really annoying.


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upsideleftupsideleft

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I see it as a metaphor for the global consciousness. There's the natural light, then the artificial light brought upon by science that draws the triangle in, and preoccupies it, then the merging of the two in the mashing together of the natural and artificial, thus creating new life. That's what I see here. Namaste.


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SynxzSynxz

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

As much as I can tell

its about making up your own mind rather than allowing others to do that for you. I can't see anything about global addiction, technology.. Does planting the seed to earth mean anything significant? One can care for nature without abondoning technology-world aint't black and white. religion perhaps when the end result is the guy sitting in a yoga(?) position. I'll take this as some sort of rosarch test perhaps. People who radically oppose religion will see it in everything including this.
Animation isn't as deep as your description pertains. Perhaps broaden the animation, or narrow what you claim you can deliver.



ExlipseExlipse

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

nice

I am sure you've read "The Little Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry before making this movie. If it is so, you did really well, because you've given me the feeling of this book. If not, you've made a good allusion for me. Thanks, anyway, great work.


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