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:iconstacieyates:
@10:36Absolutely wonderful. The use of an actor as the raven was a welcome twist.
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Tymrin Jun 2, 2009  Student General Artist
@01:46sort of reminds me of sweeny todd.
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Ahavati May 24, 2009  Professional General Artist
@05:18Also like the emptiness of the space which enhances the echo.
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Ahavati May 24, 2009  Professional General Artist
@03:26Great shot.
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OoberAuthor May 24, 2009
@01:25This is absolutely beautiful. Black and white film is so classic and really puts focus on the story and characters rather than any extras. Wonderful job!!
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:iconbrokenalchemy:
@09:40Cool concept. I'm sure everyone has had to study Po at some point in their life, so I suppose everyone can relate to it to some degree.

My only quandary was with the camera work. It seemed a little amateurish. Good movie, though.
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skinnysumo May 24, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
@00:46Beautiful balance of contrasting colours here.
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"The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe
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Given 2009-05-24
I absolutely love this adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe's 19th century work. The Raven by ~Rolly44 has breathed life back into the classic of the same name and adapted it for today's more active viewing audience. You'll come away from this film with a new appreciation for late 1800's literature. The editing and shots are all very well thought out and I particularly like the casting for "the raven" himself. Use of heavy shadows and minimalistic set-dressing is quite effective in portraying the lonely descent of madness of our lovelorn narrator. Overall a fantastically done film! ( Featured by ElectrikPinkPirate )
:iconstacieyates:
@10:36Absolutely wonderful. The use of an actor as the raven was a welcome twist.
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Tymrin Jun 2, 2009  Student General Artist
@01:46sort of reminds me of sweeny todd.
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Catali May 24, 2009  Student Writer
@10:36Fantastic! :D
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Ahavati May 24, 2009  Professional General Artist
@05:18Also like the emptiness of the space which enhances the echo.
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:iconahavati:
Ahavati May 24, 2009  Professional General Artist
@03:26Great shot.
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OoberAuthor May 24, 2009
@01:25This is absolutely beautiful. Black and white film is so classic and really puts focus on the story and characters rather than any extras. Wonderful job!!
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Hinami May 24, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
@10:36Beautiful work.
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TasteOfAnaconda May 24, 2009
@10:36Bravo!
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:iconbrokenalchemy:
@09:40Cool concept. I'm sure everyone has had to study Po at some point in their life, so I suppose everyone can relate to it to some degree.

My only quandary was with the camera work. It seemed a little amateurish. Good movie, though.
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