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Nice Entry! Its simple and comprehends with the contest. I like how you opening of the film, how you hatch the moth. Well done, and, Good luck!
I love the idea behind following the moth through the tragedy and death. Sure, the execution leaves a bit to be desired, but the idea itself is really cool. It distances the viewers from the events, but in such a way as to give them a stronger impact than if the camera dwelt on each one for a longer time.
The animation is a bit too big and frenzied in several of the scenes, and the sets are fairly basic, but the lighting is solid.
It's a unique take on the theme, and one that stands out. I wish you the best of luck in the judging.
I may have been a little bit obsessed with this film and made references to it for a full week after seeing it while animating for the documentary in California with Nathan Wells. The concept and many of the shots you conceived were pretty unique.
I'll admit, I found it funny in a black comedy sort of way. Like, I liked it and I was laughing at it. And I didn't see it as a "so bad it's good" sort of thing, I mean I'm glad it was in the top ten for sure, it was highly memorable and entertaining to me.
That said, if you weren't going for humor, I think maybe it would have worked better if the moth were more a symbolic harbinger of death, rather than the *cause* of all these deaths. It felt like it was Lunesta's evil twin or something.
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