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very nice very nice
i love movies like this.
Art "in" human misery. Thats unusual.
Normally art comes "from" human misery I mean. Not to say the capitalist cliche is anything new. But this was masterfully done, whew ...
Art that affects like a knife slowly being pushed in instead of one quick stab. No one wants to admit things are the way they are but your forced to sit there, and macabre facination makes you watch it to the end anyways. And the end! what a finish man! Gee bus ... Bailey, thank you for telling it like it is and pointing out the horror. Thank you!
I liked the fact that the colors were constantly dreary, sort of setting the mood for a job like that. I liked the fact that the boss was demonic.
At first I didnt like the fact that it changed from the cut out graphics into the full color picture at the end, but the more I think about it the more I realize that the fact that he committed suicide ended the cycle of dreariness day in and day out that he had while working, adding color. Or maybe Im just spending too much time thinking about a flash movie!
Anyways good job!
Been there, done that, doing it tomorrow... But in my life the music isn't as good.
Not quite sure on the meaning. Man that boss guy was demonic-looking...
Let the funds begin...
Detective Nwar faces off with two thieves who planned on laughing all the way to the bank.
The Grifms meets The Sweatsons
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