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Ring of Fire (2000)

 -  Animation | Short  -  21 July 2006 (USA)
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Two cowboys in the desert experience a drug-like dream.

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In an animated landscape of the Old West, a reflective man is the partner of what seems to be his spectral doppelgänger. As the man drinks, lies around, and waits for the good, then waits for anything, then fails, the doppelgänger takes up with a woman with long hair. She's playful and open, and he takes advantage of her trust. Can there be a healing and rebirth? What will bring it? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Clever
18 July 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Great artistry and musical background.

Imagery was unique in a captivating sort of way. The monologue was so well interwoven with the music, that the tone was set immediately.

The ultimate "good wins out" is present, while the simplicity of the entire event demonstrates what can be done with a short.

Enjoy the intent, and don't be diverted by the suggestive landscape. This only serves to amplify the plot's intent quickly, and helps drive the emotion of the moment.

Worth your time, not just because it's a short. This wouldn't work any other way. Nicely done.


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