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Uploaded
Oct 11, 2002 | 6:20 PM EDT

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The unofficial sequel to my first Flash animation, Ending.
No sex, no drugs, no violence, no comedy.

Personal interpretations are encouraged in your reviews, and I will personally respond to all of them.

5/16/03 Update - Finalist at the 2003 Derek Freese High School Film Festival. Winners to be announced May 24, 2003.

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ringgodringgod

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well done my friend

Man that was deep liked it all fromm the dream to the music relly well done reminds me of something but im not sure what it just got me anyway thanks for making it you make more and ill watch them duel?.



MacBassMacBass

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow, amazing

Man, that was really well done. No offense to Tom or anyone else at NG, but that was just too good to be on this site. Incredible, I really liked it. That "punkanddesires" has no idea what they're talking about (even though it was an opinion). Expert work, professional quality. It was a true, serious short film. Again I say, amazing.


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ElectrospecterElectrospecter

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

Can't say that I grasped all the symbolism in that one, but it was beautiful. Wish I could do stuff like that.



TanukTanukTanukTanuk

Rated 5 / 5 stars

One of the best

Nuff Said.



noalarmsnoalarms

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a work of art

Or if not, it's still a masterpiece, like the person before me said. Every aspect of it worked with the rest, nothing jarred. The black and yellow colouring fitted the mood perfectly, with the gentle jazz piano in the background. Just the kind of thing that springs to mind as you sit on an aeroplane waiting to leave. Even the little things were just right, like the man waving his hand above the candle in its glass pot on the table... just like someone would do in real life, but not what you'd think of in a flash movie. The one thing I was going to say that didn't gel so well with the rest were the woman's glasses, but that might have been because you didn't want to have a dark colour on the white, and anyway, they disappeared later. This really is art, and should be top of the 50 all-time bests.


rvyn responds:

i am extremely, extremely flattered. thank you very much. the little things are definitely what i pride myself on, since those are the things people can truly identify with, since i consider the rest to be deeply personal (though anybody who identifies with that is more than free to). as far as the glasses, personally i just have a thing with girls and glasses. is that so bad? as i said, it's all with the little things.