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That explosion flop was so beautiful.
I love the way you told this story. Very good, even more so for a THAC film.
(did that butler have a police uniform on?)
Yes, but it was a mistake. Weird stuff happens to your brain in the middle of the night. Thanks for the feedback!
I really like the visual approach you took with your last film and now this, it's something I like seeing in professional movies, and you do a good job of it.
I really like this one and I'm not entirely sure why. The execution of it just seems so wonderfully weird and off-putting.
I especially love the opening. Just throws you in right there, no fluff. The fact that it was just one take as well makes it feel all the more accidental as well. Lovely job.
Heh, I rather like this one. The explosion at the beginning and the character being thrown through the air was for some reason disturbingly humorous and very well animated. In fact, all the animation was really good. Nice work!
I must say, I didn't quite get the long pause at the end though. I almost expected a second fiery oven explosion from the other room at that point. Maybe it was supposed to be anti-climactic?
Thanks for the feedback people. I have since The Long Way Home gotten very into the long take style of filming like that in Children of Men or some of Kubrick's work. It makes things become very realistic but in a strange dreamy kind of way.
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