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Dec 11, 2013 | 3:48 PM EST
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My Senior Film at Pratt.

Each frame, background, and effect were carefully hand drawn to bring the world of Breadheads to life for your viewing pleasure.

Starving soldiers divide a measly last meal when sick allies arrive at their base. When the allies' heads turn to bread, things get tense.

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KyuubiTKyuubiT

Rated 5 / 5 stars

im not sure what was going on but those people where turning into bread.....



RastaSayRastaSay

Rated 5 / 5 stars

that was the most brutaly awesome thing that iv seen in a long long while

good job and thank you



MisterMoeMisterMoe

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

War is hell...


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KrutchesKrutches

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good, I liked the story though I felt the ending was lacking. There was no resolution. Perhaps if those who ate the bread heads became bread heads and the captain ate his subordinate soldiers in retaliation for what they had done, it would have had better closure. Though that's just how I thought it would logically end. The art work and audio is superb! 4.5/5


codywalzel responds:

I appreciate your take on it. I had considered a very similair ending, and actually have animated and completed an alternative ending separate from the suggested ending or the one in the film now. As I screened the animatic at various stages, other endings seemed to lend too much levity to what I wanted to be a dark story. The first time I ended the film on the screaming death of an innocent character, a chill ran through the audience. I knew then that I had arrived at the tone I wanted. Unfortunately, there is no clean resolution for the breadheads, and there may not necessarily be justice. This ending just felt the most honest to me at the time.


xboxbob11xboxbob11

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very chilling and well-thought out. The end credits reminded me a bit of Invader Zim. A well-produced Senior Film if I wouldn't say so myself.