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offline celloncllone from anywhere but in (Germany) on 2003-07-22 16:00 [#00790032]
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i went and spend a few minutes to find out what happens at
the end of the little test, seems there is no ending, i get
to the transcript of the aviation company and thas
it....anyone else attempted this?

altho the movie itself freaked me, that he foresaw
everything and then purposely stayed in bed to avoid her
dying...


 

offline celloncllone from anywhere but in (Germany) on 2003-07-22 16:00 [#00790035]
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wait...she was a manipulated dead...so it was her purpose to
make him kill him self...hmm


 

offline Asche XL on 2003-07-22 16:11 [#00790046]
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That movie confused the fuck out of me but I bought the dvd
and a giant poster non the less. ;)


 

offline Dozier from United States on 2003-07-23 09:33 [#00790827]
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I love that movie, but I have to admit I don't really
understand what the fuck is going on. So, he stayed in bed
and died in order to save her?

I think that's so sad in the end after he dies and she's
riding her bike by and stops and says she didn't know him.
We really do die alone, don't we!?!? *cries*


 

offline Inverted Whale from United States Minor Outlying Islands on 2003-07-23 09:40 [#00790836]
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Did you watch the DVD? There are some cut scenes with
director commentary that help explain things.

Some of those scenes should probably have been left in the
movie.


 

offline aphextriplet from your mothers bedroom (United Kingdom) on 2003-07-23 10:40 [#00790932]
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that site is by hi-res theyre my fav web designers
[im one too, they my IDOLS ... without trying too much to
sound like a 12 year old at a deftones concert]. Check out
requiemforadream.com for an awesome display.


 

offline aphextriplet from your mothers bedroom (United Kingdom) on 2003-07-23 10:41 [#00790936]
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hi-res
requiem for a dream


 

offline ScenarioDr on 2003-07-23 10:46 [#00790940]
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yeah, the requiem site is great, in a strange way it gives a
similar feeling to the film.


 

offline Inverted Whale from United States Minor Outlying Islands on 2003-07-23 10:55 [#00790955]
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The next time I hear a flash designer called a web designer
I'm gonna kick someone's ass.

These guys are good graphic designers but they're not web
designers.


 

offline aphextriplet from your mothers bedroom (United Kingdom) on 2003-07-23 10:58 [#00790958]
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haha flash is harder than html dumbo. I know html xml php
jsp javascript sql and actionscript. Flash is harder than
HTML any day of the week. Fair do's, e-commerce kicks the
shit out of them all, but i did that too. Moomins, the lot
of ya'.

*tries to start a fight by pushing whaleboy then jumping
back with fists in the air 1920's boxing style*


 

offline Inverted Whale from United States Minor Outlying Islands on 2003-07-23 11:02 [#00790964]
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I'm not saying one is harder than the other just that they
are different skills.

*crushes aphextriplet with massive tail*


 

offline aphextriplet from your mothers bedroom (United Kingdom) on 2003-07-23 11:03 [#00790970]
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damn, you squished me. Ruffian. Ok, they are slightly
different skills. You need to be good at programming to be
good at both, but flash does depend heavily on animation
skills as well.

*aphex is defeated*


 

offline Dozier from United States on 2003-07-23 11:37 [#00790997]
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Yeah--I just watched the deleted scenes. It's starting to
make a little more sense, but I need to watch the whole
movie again and really think hard about it.

BTW, celloncllone, I got stuck on the website at the same
place.


 

offline S M Pennyworth from East Timor on 2003-07-24 03:28 [#00791719]
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hi im not even worth a penny


 

offline big from lsg on 2003-07-24 03:39 [#00791727]
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has been called the best david lynch movie since lost
highway or something, i do agree on that: it was ace


 

offline Jarworski from The Grove (United Kingdom) on 2003-07-24 04:02 [#00791735]
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I finished the website, can't remember the ending. You need
to read the Time Travel book to understand the film
completely and to finish the site - do a search on here for
Darko and it'll be in a thread somewhere. And Lynch had
nothing to do with this movie!


 

offline big from lsg on 2003-07-24 04:09 [#00791736]
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i know that!
it's because of these confusing story lines and the strange
characteres


 


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