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Oct 30, 2000 | 5:26 AM EST

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All right folks, the moral of this story is this: a guy is a hermit, because he doesn't like people. In fact, he downright hates people. Which is why he's a hermit. Because he's a hermit, he doesn't have any friends. But then here's this injured cat. He brings it home, feeds it, and is happy for the first time in a long, long time. He has a friend. But he leaves his cave, and while he's gone, wolves come and kill the cat, keeping the hermit from ever being happy.

You can interpet the shadows of the wolves as whatever you like...but they're wolves =P

It's irony, is what it is.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


i could sound like my psych. professor and say: "ze shadows of ze volf look like zey are from deep vithin his soul, et ez a reminant ov hez childhood memoriez." but that just sounds retarded. it was a pretty good movie, all the wolf eyes scared me...


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Strangely Kewl

It Struck Me As A Japanese Hermit who was hungry and found a skinny cat he then fed the cat until it was fat then he killed it for the MEAT!! But Then Again I'm Weird!


Rated 0 / 5 stars

that was horrible

What the hell kind of message is THIS supposed to convey?

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars


THAT DIDNT MAKE ANY SENSE, HOPEFULLY THERE WILL BE MORE..... a whole lot more..... .|. 0_o .|.