This movie is a real eye opener.
While Adambomb's works usually touch humanitarian issues in America, this flash is a refreshing departure into the field which concerns all the people in the world - our dwindling environment.
In this movie, we see a sad, lonely, little monkey moving frantically around the screen who was deprived of its environment and family to care for him. In the background plays a sad but uplifting violin tune composed by Beethoven, shortly interrupted by an unknown, barely audible voice which wonders what is happening to it. Could it be the voice of the monkey's soul? Could it be that the author is trying to say that animals have feelings too? This flash is the perfect example of how a flash work could be freely interpreted by its audience in many ways, but the sight of a cute monkey bouncing around the screen would undoubtedly melt even the stoutest of hearts.