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I've worked a bit on this one, so I hope you enjoy it.

I'm glad for any feedback, even bad:)

EDIT: Made some fixes on the movie to make it even better ;-)

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sad :'(

i found this animation moving but without the music it is nothing. the song is in the french film amelie - one of my favourite movies and it is composed by yann teirsen

Well done

Hey man that was really good it was one of few serious submissions that i've enjoyed well done on a great flash

Depressing...

I really liked it, although it's pretty sad. And even though the animation is subpar, I didn't mind. The premise was good.

deep

it was a heavy story. I deeply felt the music in the background. it was an excellent choice for the mood. However the drawings could have been made a bit more realistic and sharper. the artwork had a good colour mixture that added to the mood. if this flash had the right graphics it would be fantastic.

im looking forward to seeing some other work like this.

good work!

It was good.

The graphic could made a btit better, and mostly more dynamic, a bite more "moving". For instance, we could have see that glass shater on the flore in perfect timing with music. But otherwise it's pretty good. Hard subject, treated with artist skill. Good Job .

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Jul 14, 2006
5:29 PM EDT