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TORMENT- A LEGO Bullying Film

This video is a representation of the struggles involved with being the victim of a bully, all in the form of LEGO. The goal of this video is to bring awareness to the bullying epidemic in hopes that it can help to end the problem.

Nothing is going to get better until people speak up and fight for what's right in this world.

Hi I'm SuitedNinjaNerd, and I make all kinds of LEGO stop-motion animations. Feel free to check out the other great videos I have to offer, and don't forget to like, share, subscribe and hit the little bell icon to always be updated on new videos.

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When I read the title of this animation "TORMENT - A LEGO Bullying Film", I initially thought that this animation was advocating FOR bullying, which I was NOT okay with.
But then comes the first title card. The opening quote comes from "Norman Kordei" who I had never heard of before. After googling him, I still don't really know who he is. But his quote outlines that bullying is bad. Wow. My mind is blown. My expectations are subverted. A twist of events indeed. Well played.
This animation is very well made with beautiful set designs. My one complaint would be that the characters speak in a weird mumbling way which may be considered insensitive to people with speech impediments.

Important and relevant subject. Well constructed storyline. Very good animation. A long brickfilm like this one is a very demanding task. Congratulations!

+ Fantastic lighting all around!
+ Great motion on the figures and especially thrown objects
+ Excellent use of music and sound to convey the emotions in the scene. The tones of the "dialogue" are probably the most effective part.

I can't think of anything I'd change in this film, frankly. It's hard to address bullying without crossing over into risky media territory, but I think this film gets the idea across nicely, tangibly, and effectively. Overall, a phenomenal film!

Great cinematography and animation. Some nice colour grading as well, which is uncommon for brickfilms. It's a commonly told story but you did a fairly good job telling it. I think the text at the start was up for a *tad* too long. I also think some of the smear frames were a little distracting - they should be something you feel rather than see, if that makes sense. Excellent work, however - this film looks and feels great.

This was a really powerful film, with some truly great visual storytelling. I love the cinematography and set design and it really helped sell the story. One of my favourite scenes was the bedroom scene. You managed to convey his internal struggles in a cinematic, yet highly emotional way.

You could take any frame from this film and admire just how great it looks, and I really appreciate that. Just because it's Lego doesn't mean it can't look and feel like a really cinematic work of art. You also managed to convey the story and what the character was going through really well.

There was a lot of hype building up for this film before it's release and it did not disappoint. You managed to subvert already high expectations and make your best film yet!


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