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This is my first film noir. It might not be everyones taste, but I hope that you will enjoy watching it as much as I enjoyed making it!

edit: removed audio to avoid licensing issues.

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This is deep and has much meaning behind it.. flashes like this are quite interesting.
Anyway the Animation and the art in this thing, it was awesome.
Great movie HeRetiK, I don't really have much more to say.

The animation was great, but I think it gave a bad message. I mean, you don't want to kill yourself. Well, you shouldn't at least. It was at least watchable. I hope you're not suicidal. I've gone through bad times and I still am.

I couldn't hear this. I thought it was my ear buds, but I don't think so. I just got some new ones. I guess the lower case makes it seems more serious. It'll get better.

awesome but

really death is freedom not me alone in a cold room with my thoughts. my brain save my life. dont yours?


The graphics and animation were alright. But the message and theme were simplistic and a bit emo. But this review is about the quality of the video. I think text-based narration is an easy cop out. Keep up the work, though. And challenge yourself with some lip syncing.

Its right i suppose

Death is freedom, because all that stuff that matters in life is gone in death. Anamation was ok, kinda felt a bit cliche i think maby a little intro might of been good, sorta jumped straight into the vid and i was a little lost for the beginning. Gj though.

Some people do go through things that are worse than we can imagine though.

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4.15 / 5.00

Jan 3, 2003
1:33 PM EST