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Apr 26, 2013 | 6:03 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place April 27, 2013

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Cartoon drawn in 2006, but on Newgrounds it was not.
Original score written and performed by Ghost Reflection.
Sorry for that junk.

Reviews


cassucassu

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 27, 2013

loved the imagery and foudn footage style of direction, i dont find it at all like un chien andalou to reply to a comment here...that film was not grotesque at all and was an attempt in depiction of a dream state in a surrealist style with no story, as opposed to your work which is in itself grotesque but is used a device to alienate the viewer from the subject yet he is alienated from his own world by being bound, with the exception of the camera, or my interpretation, like others probably guessed before me, the window which we are looking through further creating this illusion of alienation and aversion, yet feeding our need for the taboo and shocking, as well as guiding the viewer with self perspective pre notions of the characters and story.



TankmanJohnTankmanJohn

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars April 27, 2013

CAN SOMEONE EXPLAIN WHAT IS THE MESSAGE OF THIS?



JacozJacoz

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 27, 2013

That was fucked up.... Disturbance for the sake of it, I'm not complaining, this is not your average horror film, the story is unreachable, that's why 1 star goes away.

This vid is so wrong that I HAD to add it to my favs so everyone can have their paperclip.



HoboweaselHoboweasel

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 27, 2013

I really enjoyed the abstract and apparently metaphoric nuances within your flash animation... It's not often something so strange goes completely without explanation; but when it does happen, I can't help but compare it to the dreamlike works of Salvador Dali. A particular film by Dali, Un Chien Andalou, struck me as similar in its very grotesque, unexplained and spontaneous nature.

I understand that many will have trouble fully grasping the purpose or intent of the film. And despite that my own interpretation may be skewed or misguided, I believe it goes something along the lines of a representation of a generally pointless, grotesque, painful, secretive and hopelessly oppressed existence within the confines of what appeared to be some sort of government testing facility. Perhaps the statement was to be applied to all of society, or perhaps it was more or less a personal reflection on some past event, but I do believe I understood the general idea; and with films such as these, one must be at least contented with that.

There's also the interpretation that the cartoon relates to laboratory testing, such as the testing done by the U.S. on innocent people (MK Ultra). In any regard, the movie was very... moving, and I appreciate the style and effort put into it.

Good job. I can tell this was a product of a lot of heart-felt effort.


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mainquemainque

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 27, 2013

What the fucking hell, aooart from beign completly sick the animation is good.