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mr director

this is wat they call beautiful ... life ... karma

great story

A devils work and i love it. A incredibly good story with the music to match it.

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I can only say one thing.....AMAZING

Arguably the best adaptation of a song.

This is one of, if not the best, animations to accompany a song. Sure there are animations that illustrate the song word for word making it a visual interpretation of the song's lyrics. This is the better, more amazing music video where an animation interprets a theme or a possible meaning to the song without copying the song word for word. The theme of a man who escapes death by intervention only to be killed by the man who intervened is a classic story of evil. The way you interpret it into an animation with a wordless story about a gang is beyond genius. I automatically knew what was going on without anyone saying a thing. The animation was rough and simplistic, but it works better than a realistic, Adam Phillips-type flash.

This is the kind of thing that should be shown in schools, theres definatly a lesson to be learned. The only thing that is out of place is the clocks, they are pretty much a cameo in a more brilliant plotline. It is a little too dynamic for a clock day submission, its more of a independent flash with clocks thrown in for laughs or something. I would love to see more things like this, or even this without clock heads, that way it would be easier to explain when I go around preaching the beauty of this work of art.

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Munglai responds:

Thank you. It's nice to hear such genuine praise.


I watched this a long time ago with no account, thought I'd come back to you on how good it was.

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4.39 / 5.00

Aug 15, 2008
6:57 AM EDT
Music Video
  • Frontpaged August 15, 2008
  • Daily Feature August 16, 2008
  • Weekly 2nd Place August 20, 2008