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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 stars

good father / son story


Rated 4 / 5 stars

The film was great. the graphics were well drawn and the music was very gripping. The only reason I gave 4 stars was because of the flash player that was used to display the film. It made the loading time longer and the stop and go ruined my first, second, and third viewing of it. The film was moving faster then the loading speed. It is better to use something that allows the short film or what not to fully load before viewing starts, thus the viewer is not interrupted and the experience is full.

Keep up the great work, but if it's at all possible, don't use that flash player for future projects.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

interesting movie. liked the idea. not really sure why its up for review.

however, some of the scenes could use a little more colour variation, sometimes all the characters look alike.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

wrench of life :3

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not a long epic but a short peice. Not much story; It's 'end-of-the-world-hot' (Nuclear fallout? Alternate earth? Global warming?), water is scarce and seems to throw people into anarchy - making decent folk struggle. Theres a fight; and then the end of the short. So that's a pretty basic story; but not a bad one. Less is more.
I rate the art above everything else. I like the use of digital art here. The lighting effects are ambient and the attention to little details are refreshing. Sound is really good.

The missing 1.0 was just the mood of the story. It was nothing particulary new. Then again, that's fairly hard to do nowadays. If for a little elaboration on the scenario then it'd been a 5 star; was hoping for more from the story than a fight scene.

Really great; if you don't mind answering - What programs did you use to achieve this?