|Posted by Anna H. on October 19, 2014 at 1:15 AM|
How's it going my gumdrops? Just a quick reminder, I might be putting a rush on my next Song Saturday and Cartoon Sunday blogs. My oldest aunt needs my help at 1 of her events, next weekend. These other entries will probably be shorter but you can still count on Song Saturday having darker and heavier music than yesterday. Also, I still plan on posting my blog about coulrophobia.
I've been thinking and planning a lot on my end regarding It's Not All Gumdrops & Unicorns. I haven't completely decided on the scenery I want for next month. I already chose the scenery, that I wanted for Christmas and the sceneries for the following seasons. Now, I have to choose November's scenery. It's all a matter of decision making. Choices, choices, choices!
Moving along, it's Cartoon Sunday. Remember last week, when I briefly mentioned the short, MEMORIA? Well, today I'm sharing it with you. MEMORIA is an Animated Psychological Horror Short, that was created by Elisabet Yr Atladottir. It's about a homeless drug addict named Vincent, and he's in denial about his past. Vincent walks into an abandoned house where a dark and distorted reality forces him to acknowledge his suppressed memories about his dead brother, Benjamin.
Last night, I read the YouTube comments about MEMORIA. When it comes to interpreting art, this short is very controversial. I believe Vincent is running away from his own guilt. He's struggling with the guilt of accidentally killing his younger brother, in a fit of rage. I've never killed anyone. However, I can identify with saying or doing something, that ruins a connection outside of family and friends. Sometimes all it takes is for 1 major or minor mistake to happen, in order for something to be over, before it can be started. MEMORIA is a Psychological Horror Short with a deep message. Anyway, here's MEMORIA for today's Cartoon Sunday.
Elisabet Yr Atladottir's MEMORIA (2013)
Let me know what you think!
Categories: Cartoon Sunday