Saturday, 25 June 2011

Friday is for Fairy-Tales: The Little Girl Who Was Forgotten

This is a meme hosted by me every Friday.



Today's post is about: The Little Girl Who Was Forgotten (a video)

I want to apologise first for being late with this post. I've had some difficulties logging in my blogger account, but that is over now, or so I sincerely hope.

Now, I discovered a YouTuber recently who makes wonderful animations. His stories are dark, Gothic fairy-tales, in the style of Neil Gaiman and Tim Burton. As I am a big fan of both Gaiman and Burton, and of those stories that are a bit dark in a sympathetic way (namely, focusing on outcasts and such), I thought I'd share one such fairy-tale animation with you.

"The Little Girl Who Was Forgotten" is about a small girl, Emmeline, who went unnoticed by everyone, including her parents. One night, she wished upon a star to have a friend and her wish was granted, but loneliness and lack of love had already created a festering wound inside her heart and tragedy strikes. I think this is a lovely animation. I hope you enjoy it and check out other animations by this person.



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7 comments:

Blodeuedd said...

Gaiman and Burton inspired, wow now this I have to look at :D

Pepca said...

This is a wonderful story - I liked how the Emily's emotions were reflected through her "friend". Thanks for sharing this. The ending made me sad, but it is perfect for the message it conveys.

Jan von Harz said...

How marvelous. I love the animation and the narrators voice. The story is so sad. Great post!

Bookworm1858 said...

First I hope your blogger issues are fully resolved-I had some problems last month that really irked me.

Second this was lovely; I will definitely have to check out the other animations too.

Untouchable Treasure said...

Wow, what a wonderfully tragic tale! The animation and music was fantastic. Great post!

vvb32 reads said...

so cool!
LOL - loved how it said it was for everyone including the postman!

Indian Pharmacy said...

It was horribly sad. I loved the illustrations, but again, it was terribly sad. Depressing, but beautiful. I loved it.