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CGI Animated Short Film: “The Flying Fish” – by Murat Saygıner | TheCGBros

CGI Animated Short Film: “The Flying Fish” – by Murat Saygıner | TheCGBros


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61 comments on “CGI Animated Short Film: “The Flying Fish” – by Murat Saygıner | TheCGBros

  1. So, so you think you can tell
    Heaven from Hell
    Blue skies from pain
    Can you tell a green field
    From a cold steel rail?
    A smile from a veil?
    Do you think you can tell?
    Did they get you to trade
    Your heroes for ghosts?
    Hot ashes for trees?
    Hot air for a cool breeze?
    Cold comfort for change?
    And did you exchange
    A walk on part in a war
    For a lead role in a cage?

  2. FOR THE FIRST 4:30–SUPERB..MASTER CLASS BUT THEN JUST TOO BUSY, .FOLLOWED BY JUST BUSY AND THE REST IS 20th CENTURY "MINDS EYE". SERIOUSLY OVERWORKED.

  3. Most of this is a mishmash of culturally significant iconography arranged in some fairly creepy ways. About 5% of it does have some overt cognition altering properties. My guess is that for whatever reason the producer of this piece was able to stimulate centers of the brain that are not normally activated by audio-visual input. Atavistic dread, sexual associations with death, etc… The maker has some rudimentary ability to access and stimulate the so called 'lizard brain'. Which is to say, hack the parts of our brains that are hard wired for recognizing visual and audio data without learned input. (I.E., processing facilities dedicated to recognizing faces, genitals, human forms, predators, etc… stuff we come prepackaged with.)

    I'd say it was clever but the purposeful lack of narrative kinda ruined it.

  4. Well, that was very interesting. I think I may have overanalyzed parts of it, but I'm not certain. I will say that I never realized the trident's connection to Crete, and I have dreamt of (ancient) Crete many times. So, in and of itself, that made the video worth it 🙂

  5. ✨ I have enjoyed your flecked it was very unique and interesting I would love to see some more in the future!!! 🦅

  6. Sweet anthology collection! To be fair, i have been hooked since i first saw Zodiac Evolution, and it was nice to see all the callbacks.
    So does the flying fish represent the journey of a soul…?

  7. It gives a picture about illuminati, but I don't understand what's the link with Egyptian pyramids, trident, skeletons, world war n top MNCs have with it

  8. If I understood this correctly. The creator's are on point👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 my kids said they didnt understand. I told them this is a possible future for them to look forward to….

  9. It seemed like the Illuminati, especially the triangles with an eye in them.
    So creepy… 😬

    Edited: Gosh. This video really is all about the Illuminati. 😟😬

  10. Luciferian Illuminatic' Symbolism. Someone once said, "This world is run by signs and symbols, not by words." Gives one a different perspective and they can see how dark and nefarious it really is.

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