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Jul 17, 2012 | 4:35 AM EDT

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-Summary (Spoilers)-
A boy lives in the forest with his father. Because he lived so far away from town and his schoolmates he rarely has any fun. One day while exploring the forest he found a strange portal. Too cautious to venture inside, he went home. But curiousity got the better of him, so he decided to venture into the forest the next day. Inside he meets a fairy and befriends her, she is mute but he still enjoys her company. After a month of spending time together the boy wanted to show her the wonders of a human town. However he did not know one important fact...magical creatures cannot survive outside the protective barrier of the forest. But according to legends any creature from the forest who dies gets to reincarnated as a human.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

= Ehm.......Is the sequal going to be called Death becomes her by anychance?

You see kids?.....Never take candy from strangers, especially kids who are blond and don't have blue eyes... otherwise you'll die..............Seriously, MEDIC!!!!!!!
Talk about the unexpected, i really didn't expect it to end like the way it was going to, kinda harsh as well considering she gave me that warm feeling in my heart as if i just ate layer cake with chocolate syrup and have her tickle me, but something tells me she wasn't human to begin with, by the way is that Small person who lives in a tree around a polluted city of cars and vans ever going to be explained?

The Verdict:
The Presentation was pretty decent, however there was no involvement of voice acting of anykind, this is understandable because is one of those "Silent movies" so my guess was it was intentional.
The Animation at times was sometimes static or limited, but occasionally well done!
The Direction is a well done drama with it defining it's story through pictures rather than words..

B3YOND responds:

thanks for the review. I don't plan on making a sequel for this movie and yes the story has some flaws but it was the best I could do with my limited resources :( also that is exactly how I wanted the audience to feel :D the small person was just a "background" in a sense so she isn't really important.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I enjoyed this. The animation was good. You did a good job of telling the story with it.

I thought the songs you selected worked well. I am interested to see what happens next.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I liked it though without the summary I wouldn't have known what was going on. Cute art and the music was lovely.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wow, this is actually pretty nice.
The story was neat, I like the characters, too.
Took out half a star because the pacing around the first parts of the story was too fast, IMO, and another half because the animation isn't exactly stellar.
But whatever, it's cool.
It's nice seeing something like this here.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A very fine example of expressive animation. Although most expression-based animations sacrifice art and animation for the more subtle meanings of humanity, this animation actually retained those features and still maintained a great storyline! Good work!