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  • Member: Fall_Child42
  • Studio: Corndog Vidvids
  • Title: The Gods Of Brevity Are Dead
  • Premiered: 2010-09-13
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  • Songs:
    • Boredoms Shock City
    • Brahms, Johannes Wiegenlied: Guten Abend, gute Nacht, Op. 49, No. 4
    • Lemon Jelly Spacewalk
    • The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band Guy Noir
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  • Comments: Despite what many people think, I did actually put quite a bit of thought into this. At first it was just a neat experiment to decide what I could do differently with a source footage that wasn't all that interesting to begin with. Things eventually got developed further. Each section gets gradually more invasive and harsh and it ends with a stark look at someone who has lost everything because of insomnia due to nightmares. What hellish thought lurk in the psyches of man?

    Any other meaning you ascribe to it (if any at all) is up to you.

    If you think it's just a neat experiment in using footage different ways, then that's cool.

    If you think it was just wierd for the sake of it, also cool.

    If you think it holds some meaning for you, equally as cool.

    If you think it sucks and was a waste of your time, no more or less cool the the previous three cool things.

    Anything else you think about it is totally up to you. You are free to do what you wish, but if you did watch it, thanks! I had fun making it!

    As requested by LantisEscudo the following is the translation of the russian title cards.
    First Title Card.
    "The first night of slumber:
    Hinako ponders about soup untill she arrives at a momentus epiphany. "

    Second Title Card
    "The second night of slumber:
    Conversations on the plurality of worlds"

    Third Title Card
    "The third night of slumber:
    The Alphabet verses the goddess: The conflict between word and image."

    Fourth Title Card
    The Fourth Night of slumber:
    The Irrational Man: We are the game center race - Trio the punch: never forget me.

    A Huge thanks to DarklyDone for helping.
    And a Huge thanks to Otohiko for lending this project his voice.

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