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Posted 1/18/15

PeripheralVisionary wrote:


Biggle wrote:

I'm sure a lot of people mis-look at it for strong nudity, but thing is- without that nudity you wouldn't take it seriously before or after.
The nudity is the representation of extreme for itself, that lust is ultimately unbeatable.


And I disagree. Lust is conquerable in certain ways, isn't it?


If trained to believe it is at young age perhaps.

But the urge is strong, you fall victim if you don't feel in control.
Posted 1/18/15
Honestly, I was traumatized to say the least.
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Posted 2/9/15
Gaijin Goomba explains it.
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Posted 2/9/15
Beautifully animated. Reminds me a bit of Andrei Iskanov. I enjoyed it, and the music is neat.

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Posted 2/20/15
I posted this in another thread that was kinda old but, I had a theory that the video was about addiction to unrealistic expectations in relationships-
Like.... becoming addicted to the physical renderings as well as the fictional relationships depicted in media, anime, video games, porn etc-... An addiction to absolute "perfection" so strong that your real relationships become unsatisfactory.

I feel like the video followed the story of a man who had love, became obsessed with perfection, abandoned and hurt his love because of it, and is later torn apart by the realization that "perfection" wasn't what he really wanted-
So the scene where he's shooting them up could possibly be a metaphor for him battling his addiction/obsession and eventually losing- because the real girl he totally destroyed in the process of abandoning her- has turned against him.

I know it's a little out there in terms of symbolism, but I actually connected with and loved the video because when I was young I fell in love and got engaged with a guy who often compared me to perfection and told me I wasn't good enough. I didn't really turn into a monster or anything like the girl in the video (lol ), but I was definitely destroyed by the fact that someone I loved was telling me I wasn't good enough for him. I did some crazy things after we broke up that were (looking back on it) pretty monstrous and cruel.

Just some thoughts! It's beautifully animated and the song is definitely played a lot on my playlists!
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