One of the best ASFR short films now available on vimeo

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One of the best ASFR short films now available on vimeo

Postby Muchacho » Sun Sep 30, 2018 6:55 pm

Mordene pa Katarina (Murdering Katarina)

This awesome short film from Denmark is now available on vimeo with ENGLISH SUBTITLES!!!

https://vimeo.com/128061053

Do yourself a favor and watch the whole thing. It's amazing :applause:

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Re: One of the best ASFR short films now available on vimeo

Postby Robotman » Sun Sep 30, 2018 8:37 pm

Great acting and special effects, but very disturbing premise.

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Re: One of the best ASFR short films now available on vimeo

Postby tectile » Tue Oct 02, 2018 1:35 pm

You said it Rm.
Well worth the watch.
Thanks Muchacho.

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Re: One of the best ASFR short films now available on vimeo

Postby D.Olivaw » Tue Oct 02, 2018 7:50 pm

Oof, that was pretty disturbing. Climax lost a little of its punch because the nailgun bit felt unrealistic, almost farcical compared with the rest of the piece. The ASFR content was quite good, especially the effects (though I wasn't hugely fond of the "bucket-o-goo" brain they gave her), but the very dark, horror-fiction tone robbed it of much of its potential appeal as fetish-fuel. Note that that's not really a criticism of the piece as such - it accomplished its aims quite effectively. Not sure whether the ending makes sense within the world of the story, though I can see its pure narrative logic.
"So through endless twilights I dreamed and waited, though I knew not what I waited for. Then in the shadowy solitude my longing for light grew so frantic that I could rest no more, and I lifted entreating hands to the single black ruined tower that reached above the forest into the unknown outer sky. And at last I resolved to scale that tower, fall though I might; since it were better to glimpse the sky and perish, than to live without ever beholding day. " – H. P. Lovecraft

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Re: One of the best ASFR short films now available on vimeo

Postby tdlsn » Wed Oct 03, 2018 2:05 am

For me the story is typical, at least when it comes to having a man meet his end via his own supposed dedicated fembot companion.I remember seeing this type of narrative many times before. As for the rest of the story,the domestic dispute details is to me what's disturbing, a mgtow case indeed.Anyhoo,as for the asfr content I really wish there can be more robo-vision as well as other things that involves the eyes when it comes to fembots in general.Beats the hell otta stiff joints/movements. For me,few things production-wise identifies a fembot more effectively and with good efficiency than when it is shown that those 'seeing' eyes are really marvelously designed input devices.

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Re: One of the best ASFR short films now available on vimeo

Postby Brytestar » Wed Oct 03, 2018 11:40 am

I just now managed to see this again. But what drives me nuts is that male protagonist’s own psychosis gets SO out of control with no intervention. By at least halfway thru it’s too late. The acting out was so appearant. The real Katrina was too clueless for her own good. And the ending....

“Like totally major eyeroll here!” As Lacey would say.

It should’ve gone with a new direction that I believe gets blantantly ignored. :angry:
Sometimes you just gotta look at the Bryte side!

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Re: One of the best ASFR short films now available on vimeo

Postby ChocolateKeys » Thu Oct 04, 2018 7:17 am

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English isn't my first language (and still isn't a second...). So, if i commit some mistake, PLEASE inform me.


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