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Sunday, January 27, 2013
I simply loved it. 

7 comments:

Haitham Jafar said...

Don`t thin(k), u r a thin(g).
an object, nothing more but definitely with the potential of something less!
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If the voice was a female`s it would`ve been more (perfect)!
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We ARE worse than machines!

Devil's Mind said...

Very interesting storyline. Not sure if it is a trailer for a video game, or what exactly, but sounds very interesting whatever it is.

Saleh said...

It is really sad. It is really harsh to make a choice between "accepting the injustice" or "loss of life". Unfortunately, we tend to choose the former. This what usually encourages tyrants to repress others. I was deeply touched when she was begging and pleading to keep her alive. A scene brought all the images of the victims all over the word especially poor women and children.

Rain said...

Interesting viewpoint. Whose voice do you mean? the guy testing her?

Rain said...

Yeah I just noticed that it is a demonstration of some video game's technology. Indeed interesting though.

Rain said...

Hi Saleh :)
I did not look at it like that, but that is very interesting indeed, I like how you interpreted it.

Haitham Jafar said...

Exactly.

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