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Nov 17, 2003 | 4:23 AM EST
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Music video for THEODOR BASTARD



Rated 5 / 5 stars

that was amazing

if there was a higher rating for style then 10, you'd get it. that was one on the most creative and original flashes i have ever seen. I immediatly went to the sight, and checked out the other stuff. you should contribute your other stuff to NewGrounds!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


That was awesome, a true work of art. One of my fav flashes to date.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


wow kol this movie is amazing, we'd all ready like it if u explained the meaning behind it.

and here's my make of it
what i got was, one is either imprisoned or free (key or no key), the prisoner may escape the jail. But only luck will determine the outcome. However, for everyone that is free, the once-free must be imprisoned (the clown that turned into a convict). Now the ex-convict is free (during the last scene), and one whom was once free, the clown, now is not. And its an endless circle of these events

The bird lady symbolized death, suicide, insanity or lost of soul
The cardholder himself reps the forces that give us choices/options, although we do not know what those choices will lead to. element of luck
The monsters rep society/evil/the world/wars (converts the free into prisoners)
The bug reps government/country/culture. They either grant freedom or take prisoners

665 reps lost of life/journey to hell/corruption

anyways all these are just guesses

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Disturbing visuals, smooth flash, check.
Awesome music, check.
Thought provoking subject matter, check.
Good flash, man.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This has to be one of the coolest, and definitely the most abstract Flash movie on Newgrounds. The animation and style suit the song perfectly. Even if the music is a little fuzzy in places, you don't notice at first because of the awesome graphics.

If you notice, the wheel-sitter at the beginning has a key, while the main character doesn't. He goes through all kind of things to get his key, like the bird-skull lady and the spider in the hole trying to kill him. Then he's put on some sort of trial in front of the giant monsters, who find him innocent, I guess. He then gets a second chance from the card-dealer in the sky, and he redeems himself. Then at the end of the movie, he becomes the wheel sitter that's looking at the keyless person in the window. So I guess it's a cycle, but of what I don't know. Life and Death?

And yet, I don't have a clue about what the music video means. Whatever it means, this is an awesome movie, and you can really tell that Kol put alot of work into it.