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Unless this was a translator mistake, a certain naughty appeared in the subtitles. I recommend that you put a language warning on your film in the directory.
But apart from that, I really enjoyed this film. While I didn't understand everything that was going on (partially because I couldn't read the French text that appeared on screen in the flashbacks), I thought the story was good. It was mysterious, with a lot of unanswered questions, and I like that about it. The voice acting (even though I don't understand French) was excellent, I felt the emotion in the words (especially when the letter was being read).
However, I felt that the animation was a bit jerky in places and the digital rain didn't blend very well.
Keep up the good work!
Thank you for your comment !
I know for the "digital rain" but I have made this Brickfilm with standards applications (Just with Quick Time Player 7 and iMovie on my Mac...) so I can't do all what I want with this applications and when I make a Brickfilm, It's hard to get good specials effects. I try to the the best what I can do with them... And I'm sorry because the result of this rain is very ugly.
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