Great job on this. I liked the style and the creepy guy at the door. Loved the hallocination part.
Stare at that illusion thing for about 30 sec without blinking then look at something. Finally got the message about drugs. I realy liked the part where he got up and there was a indent int he sofa for him being there so long.
this is hilarious and disturbing, thankfully my brain it's ok
a cool piece - both stylish and funny.
not that great...
its also in freaking spanish so i had no idea what they were saying
Believe me, nobody needs to know that. TV uses to say nosense comercial crap whose really intentions most of people don't quite understand, so why do you bother yelling just because you didn't understand some silly background sounds?
Both stylish and funny.
I liked the fact that any message about drugs was leaning towards being subtle. I didn't realise it was to do with that until reading your comments afterwards.
Watching it as a straight joke I enjoyed it. The mood was evocative with the spanish (I think) voices, wierd characters and odd TV sounds.
I enjoyed both the jokes - both the 'mistake' for a moment with a disc and also the revelation of what the revered video disc actually contains.
The reveal of the peanut brain did suggest your disdain of TV rubbish nicely.
All in all, a cool piece - both stylish and funny.
I'm glad you enjoyed it.
All the animation style was part of a metaphor that contains everything I mentioned in the comment; for example, the peanut brain means a lot of things, it not only symbolises the damage caused by the mediums and drugs but the consecuently stupidness of all who can't quit their adiction (any kind of adiction like coffee or videogames), including me, just because of the "pretty colors" (the ones on the screen and the ones you hallucinate) which are "able to paint our very minds".
So, I must confess I do not only disdain TV rubish, but sometimes I just hate all kind of screens and wonder why the hell then I'm still here and actually planning to continue till death... I'll tell you why, I just love TV cartoons, videogames and stuff.
It's just normal, sane and bizarre love-hate. :p
Thank you for taking the time to review.