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The Promise of Home

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Wow, frontage again,Thanks Tom!
Alright, this movie will make some people cry. Let's face it. The world is not perfect. Tragedies happening everyday; however, not every tragedies crush our hearts. After we suffered pains, we go on. This story took place in Wuhan, 1938. Partially based on a real story.

----For those who believed there is too much advertising in this movie, I apologize and will keep them at a minimum in the future.

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Wow I'm soooo late to the party. Saw Her and Mine 1001 Wishes over a decade ago and was moved by it. Once again you delivered. Promises are important not just because of their content but also who we make them with. It's sad when a 10 minute flash film can be so much more emotional engrossing than those 2 hour blockbusters these days. Once again bravo sir/ma'am you certainly delivered.



another great flash...

great story, it touched my heart just like her and mine 1001 wishes. :) Amazing flash artist!



Touching <3

Aw man, the struggles they faced were really tough...keeping love and faith throughout is what keeps us going. :) I like it.



Only a mother's love

Only a mother's love can be this powerful. T.T Even though its very tragic that the mother died i am very happy for the boy to meet back with his father and sister. This is a very touching story and reminds me of my mom. I know for a fact she would do the very same for me.



I finally found this flash.

2 years ago, I was reading a book, and it reminded me of this flash. I remember how amazing it was, how beautiful, how sad. I finally found it, and I just cried so hard. Dx oh my gosh.
Beautiful. Props. Kudos. AMAZING.


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May 18, 2006
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