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4-12-2010 @ 12:40PM
I'm not one of her fans, but neither am I one of those who see her name and automatically click "next". The girl's still finding her voice, so I listen.I think that this one was interestingly twisty. The writer and machinimator (neither of whom were Gigi, if I recall the credits correctly*) managed to really capture the sense of being in a really disorienting dream. The half-seen things, the half-remembered clips of conversation and song, all there. Gigi's crisp and cutting voice, normally a detracting factor from her videos, helped her be really clear through the intentional chaos of the music and ambiance. I can't say that I would watch this over and over again** but I can't say it was bad, and it's definitely interesting enough to watch through at least once. *I'm writing this a day after I saw it over on Youtube**and indeed, I didn't watch it here.
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