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May 24, 2012 | 12:08 PM EDT
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My second film made at Calarts. Music by MIchael Paul Kennedy ( )
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Jacob Streilein



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This was a great animation, something I think that could be worked into perhaps other small scenarios of similar settings. I always found something fascinating about post-apocalyptic games and movies and this one has a very interesting view!

@kirby311: It is clear by the dad's reaction that he has seen this type of creature (be it man or robot or mutant) before and that is why he handed over the water. I think its far more likely this beast is a former human and needs the water for actual sustenance. I think he catches fire because of wearing an exoskeletal suit that brakes rather than being robot...of course most of this is speculation, but certainly the father KNEW this thing was dangerous and it was definitely being aggressive without a doubt


Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow, Loved it. Very well made piece, and the art style was refreshing (aww I made a pun). 5/5 and a fav wall


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I thought the video was actually sad because the robot only seemed to be running after the little girl to put out the fire on his head and he was given the water in the first place he did not demand it or make them give it to them. And then he was killed while trying to save his life.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

if this is your run of the mill (minus your hard work) flash movie then i realy dont know what to say.
i have never seen something like this before ! i am just wondering how ????

and the concept works fine. the speechless, music and visaull driven short is building tension , has relief and a relationship between the characters. and all made clear without a doubt !


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I couldn't help but think of "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy while watching this. It's brilliantly unique in the use of colors and textures, and I simply loved the child's blind determination. Well done.