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Date Posted: 02:35:16 06/11/15 Thu
Author: Cirrus
Subject: Fascinating read
In reply to: bwctwriter 's message, "Moments (S) Stop-motion literature" on 00:38:18 06/02/15 Tue

I read it quickly when you first posted it, meaning to read it again before I responded. Then I got a bit distracted.

As Comsie will tell you, I'm always prodding him to experiment more and get out of his comfort zone every now and then. I found this way of telling a story quite intriguing. It's economical, but covers a lot of ground.

It's quite a sad story. I kept hoping things would "get better" for the protagonist, but if he's in a better place than he started, it doesn't feel like he's quite all the way there yet.

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