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May 12, 2007

Dollface - Vanity in the Post-human Age

Created by USC Fine Arts and Animation student, Andy Huang (see interview here), Dollface gives us an interesting addition to the “face represents the soul” type robot-yearing-for-humanity situation. Great animation, interesting build-up. The ending is pretty telegraphed, but what do you expect for this type of story.

This post has been filed under Internet Short by SFAM.


May 13, 2007

Psychopathoulis said:

I was astonished by both the video and the music. Great job indeed, very well done.

Zyro said:


Beatiful, dramatic and superb.

May 14, 2007

Francis said:

That was surprisingly good. It’s been a long time since I’ve had that sort of.. imagery in my life. Kind of odd to say that.

SFAM said:

Francis, check out an 11 minute short movie called f8 for similar thoughts, although done completely differently.

May 15, 2007

kefka321 said:

Beautiful, great symbolism.

May 16, 2007

.anima.mechanica. said:

Wow. That was gorgeous.

Mr. Roboto said:

Every time I watch this, all I can think of are days when Kate Moss and “heroin chic” ruled the runways, and girls literally killing themselves to mimic the look.

May 23, 2007

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