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Published on Jan 22, 2011
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Song: Street Spirit (Fade Out) by Radiohead
Another contest entry. This time for the ARCHETROPE contest hosted by aPASSINGthought. At this round we were supposed to make a character study of someone we can see as a hero. Well, I decided to vid my ultimate hero, and one of my all time favorite characters. Eric Taylor from FNL. When I read the description of what hero supposed to be, I felt like I was reading the description of his character:
"The leader, the protagonist, that shining star that holds the whole mess together. This guy is a hero, pure and simple. He's almost always right, is a friend to all his bandmates, and morally superior. He has a well-rounded skill set. He can personally accomplish a variety of goals, but his real superpower is getting the whole diverse set of personalities under his command to focus and pull together"
Well, I used in this vid some of my favorite Eric quotes and moments, and I tried to show as many aspects of his character as a hero. As a father, a husband and more than anything as a coach. Well, I don't think I did a good job at all, I don't like this, and I don't think I did justice with the amazingness of this character.
Anyway. I hope you still managed to enjoy this somehow:-) and you already know how much I love reading your comments.
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