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Sock Five: Three Skins Without Men
Welcome to the world of Sock. This is the world of my dreams. The episodes don't continue on from each other. This is structured as if it were a dream.
A man has the skins of three men and is worried someone is going to take them away from him.
i really liked it.. i mean its disturbing and yet amazing all at once.. ive never seen such thing before.. 5 stars without a doubt
All I have to say my good fellow is....brilliant, simply brilliant.
Hmm. I'm always fascinated by your work, and have been watching since your earliest work. I will admit this was hard to digest, and it seems like since a few years back, you have been creating more artsy thought provoking animations such as this, than say, your earliest ones. (which featured more sensible stories with just a dose of weirdness and odd character) Judging from this latest outing, it's quite clear you've created a genre unto itself which could be titled under"theater of the odd and ambiguous"
There's no question you're talented(your animations always have a level of production quality and are often technically well made) and you seem to put a lot of thought into your work(the detail in the character mannerisms and story layers are extensive) -But I find it's just become a bit tedious to watch. While the charm in your work has often been intrigue, and left people wanting to watch more and more...this just does the opposite. It puts me off. I don't mean bothered or insulted, but rather leaves me bored. As a storyteller, I'd think that is undesired. Granted, this one is part of a dream series and much of the random and strange things happening for no reason whatsoever, can go unquestioned. In my opinion though, you can only leave your audience rolling their eyes for so long, until the charm of what is this all about? wears off. Just my two cents.
Unsettling, unique, dark, just absolutely horrific and terrific all the way around. I love the dialect of the three men without skins, and the interesting head-body combos you see walking around. The dull colors and scary old ladies hushing about. Great film. <:
I can't wait for the next leap into the nightmarish, albeit beautiful world inside your mind.
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
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this one isn't funny
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