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Journey of Jolly Jarvis

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A flash movie about the world. Thought I'd finally submit this on the net but I kept forgetting, but here it is now. So yeah enjoy whatever this thing is lol.

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Scary but nice alternative

It wasn't clear at first. I had a good laugh when the mother was about to kill the children and it slides in with "Animated Violence". Hahaha! Still it was scary about using children's limbs as currency. Very realism or idealistic. I suppose this is in view of a person who doesn't like children?

In any case, the flash animation was awesome. Only the storyline was confusing in the beginning until mid-way that it all made sense after. Keep it up! Looking forward to more of your work in silent filming.

Awesome

It's thoroughly disturbed and I love it. I will let everyone figure out the euphemisms for themselves.

very interesting

I see a huge resemblance to David Firth's stuff. It's cool, but definitely stick to your own style as well. Good job, anyway.

Bazaar

Childrens body parts as currency? Thats quite the strange alternate universe!

Everything was a bit odd, but because it all was, it turned out be a fascinatingly bazaar story. From what appeared to be hand drawn animation, to the silent film, with just the right kind of piano playing.

Story was confusing at first, but once you get the hang of it, it makes sense.

wow

I'm glad that didn't take place in modern day, the gas prices alone would cost and arm and a leg! (rimshot)

ahem, sorry. Anyway, that was pretty cool, I can't say I followed the plot particularly well, but it was still pretty decently made for an asthetic point of view. Good job.