This is the story about Mr Harvey, who is spending his lifetime going to work day by day and nothing happens to him. Probably not going to happen ever. He keeps on communicating with people he doesn't like, avoiding all eye contact. Every happy emotion is faked. It was all about the money to him. Payday. He has never seemed happier. He rejoices like a child to artificial recognition and flattering awards. The shame he compensates with pride and vanity. Whatever bad stuff has happened to him, he's always frightened to say when he's wrong. Your loss is his gain.
The story has been made using the short samples of different actions we've produced for our client from the Netherlands. This gonna be the original online kit of short animated pieces you can create your own story with.
This is the short set of Mr Harvey's emotions. B-side. Taken from the story about Mr Harvey, who is spending his lifetime going to work day by day and nothing happens to him. The main story will come soon.
"Emotionally unstable personality disorder is a long-term pattern of abnormal behavior characterized by unstable relationships with other people, unstable sense of self, and unstable emotions. There is often an extreme fear of abandonment, frequent dangerous behavior, a feeling of emptiness and self-harm."
‘The Great Slumber Escape’ is the second animated illustration in series called “Unseen”.
The soul's ability to leave the body at will or while sleeping and visit the various planes of heaven is also known as "soul travel".
“The soul of a sleeper is supposed to wander away from his body and actually to visit the places, to see the persons, and to perform the acts of which he dreams. For example, when an Indian of Guiana wakes up from a sound sleep, he is firmly convinced that his soul has really been away hunting, fishing, felling trees, or whatever else he has dreamed of doing, while all the time his body has been lying motionless in his hammock.”
“It is a common rule with primitive people not to waken a sleeper, because his soul is away and might not have time to get back; so if the man wakened without his soul, he would fall sick. If it is absolutely necessary to rouse a sleeper, it must be done very gradually, to allow the soul time to return.”
“There is a German belief that the soul escapes from a sleeper’s mouth in the form of a white mouse or a little bird, and that to prevent the return of the bird or animal would be fatal to the sleeper.”
“The Golden Bough”, Sir James George Frazer.
Illustrations by Bogdan Magenta (bogdanmagenta.com).
Animation, SFX and music by Timid Kiddom (timidkiddom.com).