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2-22-2011 @ 12:41PM
Hell, it also stands as an interesting commentary on the way the past is lost and forgotten as we forge ahead towards the future in real life.I like this video more than I thought I would because it's clear enough to indicate that the artist had some intended meaning, but it's open to interpretation by the viewer. Often that type of open-ended narrative can feel like the artist just threw a bunch of random crap together and called it "open to interpretation" but I don't get that sense on this one.
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