Share Collapse

Author Comments

A short film made with 3DS MAX, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere. Just enjoy it !

I wanted to work on men alienated by society as well as religion :)

So, I created a society based on a simple structure : A people of equal individuals ruled by a superior power.

The essence of this alienation is the fluid which serves as a unique resource.
This divinity is meant to appear as a combination of religion and royalty.
The people is composed of blissful characters, moving in a shimmering forest.
However, this setting is an illusion: their divinity injected a fluid which makes them all blissful: that's why they see the world in colour...
Blissful people are in an illusion they make themselves, and they trust in it.

Youtube Link : youtube.com/watch?v=FQDmt c5pN0Q


The animation is excellent, it kinda reminded me of MTV short commercials.The world was done perfectly, although there could have been more detail to the corrupted version of it.The story had a real impact and height to it.The only thing I found was out of place was the dubstep.

People find this review helpful!

That was AMAZING!

I really loved it! The style was unique and beautiful, the animation appropiate and the idea was great. Some details would need a bit of work (the mouths looked out-of-place, considering how beautifully everything else was done.)
I also love the critique you make on society - It's rare to see it in such a clever way. :)

Completely unique. Loved it.

very good work the end was crazy

People find this review helpful!

excellent travail, et bonne idée de ta part et tes camarades de présenter vos vidéos de projet sur ce site ^^

j'ai adoré le contraste entre la réalité projetée sur écran, et la vrai réalité, ainsi que la musique (aussi bien enfantine, que celle de la fin). Très bonne idée de sujet de vidéo, et très bonne mise en oeuvre.

En tout cas, bonne continuation pour tes études.

Click on an icon to vote on this!

Credits & Info

4.50 / 5.00

Jun 26, 2013
6:52 PM EDT
  • Frontpaged June 27, 2013
  • Daily Feature June 28, 2013
  • Weekly 2nd Place July 3, 2013