M. Barat est fatigué

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Ce n'est pas un film.

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Superb thought!!!

Concept and thought is really very appreciable,,..!!!
I haven't seen such story before,,.. I like it,...
Good job,,... Do more,,,,...

This deserves to be rated higher!

How did this end up in the twos whereas Tarboy and Dot Dot Dot-Animated get a spot in the frontpage, along with the number one slot in the top 50 for months on end? If anything, I think that you have done something that only a few would appreciate. Let's get down to business, shall we?

In terms of animation, it may not have lots of things going on, but it was solid none-the-less. Plus, I really like the animation of the drawer with it's excellent use of perspective. However, I think that your knowledge of color theory could use some refinement, but that's just minor. When it comes to the music, there aren't any sound effects or voices, but it did need them because the music choice was excellent and anything else could have ruined it. Then there's the content, which was a bit confounding, but that's the way it is with any movie that has an interpret-it-in-any-way-you-like story. And considering the dark, artistic nature of this flash; I wouldn't have it any other way. Sure, many would be disgusted upon the mixture of suicide and masturbation, but if they saw past that; they would have to praise this for its originality.

What's good:
-Good art and animation
-Nice music selection
-Sick and twisted

What's bad:
-Can be a bit confusing.

Overall: A lot of people may accuse you and Golfinho of lowering standards, but most of them know jack shit about how brilliant that you can be at times. Here's a ten for you, Wooden Sneakers.


Great work. First of all I appreciate the reference to Magritte in the author comment section. On one hand I see that some users have already commented on how this animation has caused them to infer that the subject matter of the piece is a depiction of sexual addiction, alienation, depression, and other such themes to which I would wholeheartedly confer with. Even if inadvertently, you've touched on a certain poignancy with your work.
On the other hand I notice that just like this piece, as well as with much of your other work, users are accusing you of lazily sinking to the lowest common denominator of shock value, "immaturity" etc. rather than creating pieces which are thought provoking and or creative. To the critics: I would invite them to drown in face down in a shallow puddle of bullshit. Just because some people honestly believe that the world is cotton candy, lollipops, and care bears does not make it so. Our society is full of fucked up situations, tragedy, sadness, despair, torture... you get the picture. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I do believe that you've mentioned that you are within the mindset of "creating art for arts sake." Regardless if that is true I would like to applaud you for having the courage (or at least the brazen audacity) to present a number of images and animations which focus on taboos, because frankly the ignorant and sheltered motherfuckers who think this world is fine and dandy need to be reminded otherwise.
Finally, I was just curious if you were familiar with the film In the Realm of the Senses (dir. Nagisa Oshima) or are you by any chance familiar with the work of Mike Diana. Cheers.


that was fucked.... but i think i liked it. good job

si belle!

il a une grande passion avec l'amour et la haine, les yeux remplis de larmes après cette image en mouvement, je suis sûr que vous avez eu l'expérience dans votre vie et mettre tout cela en place dans ce films (par les films que je veux dire des images animées!):)

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4.36 / 5.00

Jul 9, 2009
11:27 PM EDT