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Apr 14, 2006 | 11:58 AM EDT
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Hint!: You should probably watch this movie at least twice all the way through in order to catch everything!!

This movie was rather experimental in it's animation as well as it's story. I've played around in past movies with using photographs (peach moon) and hand drawn images (The Night I Was Almost Murdered...) and so this time I decided to combine the best of ALL worlds and see what would happen. This movie contains photographs, hand drawings, photoshopped drawings, paintings, cardboard cutouts, and characters drawn in flash. As for the story, I wrote out all the different scenes I wanted to use and then scrambled and reorganized them so that the story is presented in a nonlinear fashion



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Art left for the audiences interpretation!

I really enjoyed this flash film. It allowed the viewer the power of interpreting your story for themselves. The style of flash and Photoshop was brilliantly melded.

It was more than a film, it was Art.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


That was amazing. I liked the concept of it. About a guy making robots to help the community in which he makes money in return...but he the citizens are actually using one of their own....a human. Thats sad...... I really like it though.

Good Job!
And Keep it up , I look forward to more of your work.

Best Regards,

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great work

That was an excellent piece of art. Entertainment these days is going down hill fast in terms of its intellecutal and creative quality; and you've proved that it is still possible to create a thought-provoking and moving piece of art.

I like the question it poses. 'What is the value of human life today?'.

The only thing I would change would be that there were a few things unanswered, so that it makes your audience think and they take something out of it, instead of it being an open and shut case.

Otherwise, excellent work. Loved it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Very cool.

I voted 5.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Im soory

Dude this is relly depr essing and insane i love it

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