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Jun 13, 2012 | 11:42 AM EDT

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The robot Elvex has rather disturbing dreams. His creator - Dr. Rash takes Elvex to her supervisor - Dr. Calvin for a positronic brain examination. Original story by Isaac Asimov. Animated by Hristo Atanasov. Featuring the voice talent of Mick Lauer and Sapphire. Please do not confuse "Robot Dreams" with "I, robot". They are both stories written by the same author - Isaac Asimov, who invented the 3 Laws of Robotics and used them in many of his creations.
The movie is 7:40 minutes long. Thanks for watching!

- Hristo Atanasov (RatherRandom)

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absynthemindedabsyntheminded

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 13, 2012

Absolutely brilliant.
I love that you can change the color. That was definitely an added bonus
Bravo! 5/5


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Senile-SnakeSenile-Snake

Rated 3 / 5 stars June 13, 2012

Interesting flash...A little weird though. The voice acting was Quality, and the ability to change the colors was very unique.


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CerberusprophetCerberusprophet

Rated 3 / 5 stars June 13, 2012

I'm a little confused about the video. I couldn't tell if this was a comedy about a robot's odd dreams involving some rather questionable things or a something more serious regarding the three Laws of Robotics and whether or not a robot's existence is treated as humane or not. In my opinion had their been more focus regarding the more serious parts I mentioned it would have probably made more sense to me and it could lead into a little series even with Elvex being being repaired by like-minded robots who want freedom.
The last thing I write is that I have not read the original story by Isaac Asimov so I have no clue about the differences between the story and your video. I hope this review helps you out in any way.



gmod212gmod212

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 13, 2012

I enjoyed this fine piece of animation. The meaning was deep and was easily understandable and the length of it was satisfactory.

nicely done.


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LarwickLarwick

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 13, 2012

Really nice. I found it interesting that you let us pick a colour for the video, in a small way it helped connect the viewer to the story. The start was a bit slow, and although I think the ending was good - the animation was a bit stunted (if that makes sense). It would have been nice if the camera angle switched to Elvex or at least another view during the final scene I think, to break it up a bit since the raising of the gun was slightly awkward.