As you say in the description, it was a mistake to label this as a point and click game. It is not even a game at all, it's a movie. I don't know what you mean by "interactive loop", but the fact that the appearance of the girl changes every time you click it doesn't seem very interactive to me, seeing as it is completely pointless and has no effect whatsoever on the whole movie. Maybe if the flash were labeled a movie and not a game, I wouldn't have found it so bad, but as it is, I wouldn't even have watched it until the end if hadn't been for the other ratings and reviews, out of sheer boredom because simply nothing happened. Yes, you said this in the description, so it wasn't completely unexpected, but it was still terribly boring. You're lucky I even saw the ending, because after some time I started reading the reviews while the movie was playing to find out whether I would miss anything if I simply quit watching it. Having seen the ending, I suppose you added that minimal interaction and the hotspot on that other figure that appears on the right, where nothing happens if you click it, in order to raise expectations that you can really interact with the movie so that the ending is even more of a shock. I can't say that it worked, because the ending didn't really frighten me.