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Feb 23, 2012 | 12:55 AM EST

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Ok, so this is my entry video for an international contest held by IFMSA (International Federation of Medical Student Associations). The target audience were med students like me (I do not study design or animation, this is a hobby). The premise was "a video that links the human rights to the medical field".
A friend of mine told me about this (she is named in the video) and sugested I do it about women's rights since she was running a campaign at the moment. Just so you know I was informed 2 days before the deadline and had to work 12h straight on this. I am pleased with the result and got a good place in the national division.
PS: If the music info is wrong please let me know so I can fix it

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DeadlyWolfeDeadlyWolfe

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars February 29, 2012

Because men aren't abused as much if not more than women lolololol



StazzStazz

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars February 26, 2012

You are a sick, sick man, Elf7722.


Elf7722 responds:

I am sorry but I don't really see your point.


mouse245mouse245

Rated 3 / 5 stars February 24, 2012

ok first, the message is really good, women really did still get abused even this 21st century and its true.
second, the music is annoying as hell , i dont care if its from amazing game/movie, it doesnt fit the animation, the only one likes it probably fans of that evangel game/movie.
third, a doctor would probably look at the problem first then x-ray it , its better not to get x-ray, but its probably better to make viewer feel pity more if its the other way around huh..XD


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Elf7722 responds:

Thanks for the review. Actually no, I am a med student and know the reality behind the health systems. These days a doctor tends to see a patient in 15-30mins, which means that he will check but what the patient asks for, and forget to do a full scaled clinical examination. Plus, with the advance of technology and science, doctors tend to be less clinic and more lab analyzers, which is really wrong. So, that's the actual aim of the animation, since it was meant for med students, I wanted to insist in the fact that patients are human beings with their own stories and context, not just symptoms. I am sorry you disliked the music, but everyone who saw this loved it even though most never heard of Evangelion, so I guess it must be you :P
Thanks for the review anyway, I found it useful


bukKkkbukKkk

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars February 24, 2012

You did all that from the kitchen? Impressive!

:D Just kidding, I support your cause. Animation wise, I guess it's a bit to mellow for the topic of abuse. I've never been an abused woman, but I figure it's a kind of helpless, claustrophobic, and blurry situation and I would probably have tried to capture that mood more.


Elf7722 responds:

Thanks for the review, I actually found it usefull haha, and no I did not do that from the kitchen since I'm a man :P


RainbowDashieRainbowDashie

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 24, 2012

This is an issue we all should think about. Not just about women's rights, no, we should think about the rights of all humans on this planet - for example, China.


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Elf7722 responds:

It is true, and as I responded in another review, it is not about giving more rights to women, or kids, or whatever, it is a matter of respecting the rights all of us humans have