The clockiest of days

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It's clock day I suppose.


Marvelous! A rebellious movement against the system. I don't know what to begin with. The audio reminded of country music and gives the viewers a great feeling of warmth, which helps to initiate him to the ideas the whole movie reflects. The static image gives everybody the time to question the nature of the human existence and more specifically the whole personal existence of every and each man who watches this great movie, while the warm and smooth background song subliminally leads to many theories and answers. All that happens till the end, until the viewer finally understands how the author of the movie could control his mind during the whole thing, but used this power to make us understand and make us wiser and how others use and abuse this power to enslave our minds.
Clearly the author worked really hard on this so I give 5 stars while wishing I could give a lot more.

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Happy day

I see what you tried to do there, and I think you pulled it off. Congrats.

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Happy clock day, brother. The song really wraps the occasion up nicely.
You do the vocals and the guitar or did you have backup?

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Mismo responds:

I did both the vocals and the guitar , and the um... "art work". Thanks for the review, and a happy clock day to you too.

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3.26 / 5.00

Aug 15, 2013
8:52 AM EDT
Music Video