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Lioheart25 Sep 29, 2011  Student General Artist
@10:42Beautiful. I could really feel the emotion...
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:iconmxyomatosis:
@05:43No problem. Thank you for the film. ;)
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:iconbeatlevette:
@06:50The final embrace was incredibly powerful. I think my heart just shattered into a million pieces. Stunning.
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Aleyn Dec 6, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
@01:11Ya, I agree I really like how you brought this in. It catches your attention in many different ways as you add the other words to the title. It's a nice affect.
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Aleyn Dec 6, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
@10:23I love this at the end. It just brings a bittersweetness to it.
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ionboy Dec 6, 2007
@04:32i love the narrators voice, its very melodic and soothing
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ionboy Dec 6, 2007
@01:45love that phonograph :)
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aycia Dec 6, 2007   Photographer
@09:52i like the piano towards the end, though it's obvious it was played on an electric piano.
it would sound much better if it was played on a grand. it allows for so much more emotion
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SonOfDamascus Dec 6, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
@08:15the music in the beginning sets the slower pace. i like how that works well with the trasformation into this faster paced section. whereas most would make it the opposite.
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Nobody Dec 6, 2007
@01:34it finally starts here. xD;;
the credits and opening was a bit too long.
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:iconkajnova:
@10:39molto toccante, davvero.. e bella anche la musica.. bravi bravi :+fav:
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largethomas Dec 6, 2007  Student Photographer
@07:31This is a very brave selection for this scene, I'm impressed by the utter lack of a big passing scene, not because I would have expected it in this film, and not because it would need it, but simply for the braveness of allowing the child a goodbye in warmth and love, without the need for drama, for words that hollywood always drives too far. My applaus!
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largethomas Dec 6, 2007  Student Photographer
@04:10A breathtaking passage of an outstanding acting performance. My veneration for Susi Fraccao this, she conveys a multitude of all emotions between unbelieving hope, deep sadness, desperation and fear, and she always seems only a step away from the falling from the edge of her sanity into insanity, driven by the fear and grief for the child.
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largethomas Dec 6, 2007  Student Photographer
@06:31A very powerful, yet soft and deeply sad expression for the passing of the little boy. It makes one hope to bring such a place with us before our own dark happens upon us.
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@00:26On a hunch, 1/3-1/2 your video was in fact the opening acknowledgements and the credits.
Somehow this bothered me.

Beautiful in many ways.
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shanqueline Dec 6, 2007
@07:04I love this music, it fits perfectly
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melface Dec 6, 2007  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
@08:35That was beautiful. I've always had a particular love for that phrase, though I've never been able to convey what it means to me anywhere near as well as you have. Bravo!
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:icondnangela:
@08:09The dialouge in this movie is poetic and and so subtly sad. It's a stunning piece.
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:iconcfeaugas:
@05:12Great music here, helps the thrill and suspense flow in a uncommon way...

I like it.
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The Light At The End Of The World is a project based on a short novel I wrote some times ago. The title is inspired by the My Dying Bride opus, but the story is completely different from the one told in the song, so don't expect angels nor lighthouses. The film has been released the 21st January 2006. Since it is released under Creative Commons Licence, feel free to share it with P2P programs and show it to whoever you want (it would be very helpful to us), but please DO NOT modify any part of it and specially the credits.

The plot tells about the love realtionship between a mother and her child, but I don't want to spoil much more than this. Watch it and give us some feedback at info[ at ]gehennainc.com
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Sad, overwhelming...beautiful. I must admit this one reached me in the heart and made me shed a tear. I am in love with the photography, the softness...the light.TheLightAtTheEndOfTheWorld by ~TommasoDB ( Suggested by UnicornReality and Featured by O-Uaglione )
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Lioheart25 Sep 29, 2011  Student General Artist
@10:42Beautiful. I could really feel the emotion...
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:iconmxyomatosis:
@05:43This is so beautiful right here. The snow falling on him and the mother in the background just sitting and watching. And the words "He then closed his eyes and feel asleep breathing slowly". It all just fits together the well. Everything is so full in this and warm. Wonderful!
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:icontommasodb:
@05:43Hei, thank you very much for your beautiful comment :)
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:iconmxyomatosis:
@05:43No problem. Thank you for the film. ;)
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wellwornwings Jan 9, 2008  Hobbyist Artist
this was very moving. quite amazing.
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:icontommasodb:
Check out even my other short movie: [link]
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blackstreak Dec 7, 2007
A beautiful piece, the part where it spoke about what made the boy happy made me thing back to the days when I volunteered at my local Riding for the Disabled Association: how something so simple that we take for granted could bring such joy to their world.
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:icontommasodb:
Oh thanks, that's really nice to hear :)
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blackstreak Dec 8, 2007
:)
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Shmithers Dec 6, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
This feels stretched (the aspect ratio). Please Re-Upload a proper encoding of the video and I will watch it then. If it is meant to be that way then correct me please.
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