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Unforeseen Dream

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Music Video by Julia and Tania
Duration: 1.19 minutes.
Filesize: 15.5 MB
Codec: DivX 5.0.3 Pro. (Download the latest DivX codec.)
Footage: Cardcaptor Sakura ©CLAMP
Distributed by: Anime Cartoon International Inc. (DVD)
Soundtrack Title:"I am a Dreamer"
Artist: Maaya Sakamoto

Detailed Description of the Video:
This a simple music video with speech synched to the third opening theme of Cardcaptor Sakura. We had planned this short music video to reflect back on the most major turning points of Sakura and Syaoran's relationship. Parts of this music video relies on having seen the series.

In the animé series, Sakura's most valued feeling was love. Her dream could be to find that very thing.

She thought that she could find what she was looking for in Tsukishiro Yukito, thinking he was the one who could make her happy; that all her happiness lie with him. When Yukito didn't return her feelings, she thought she lost that dream. What she didn't know was that her dream was never lost. There was someone else—someone who is very much like herself, someone who is probably looking for the same thing she was. It was this person she would be truly happy with.

In light of that, we used scenes from the series which depicted a few of the situations where it allowed Sakura to realise Syaoran was the one. We also wanted to show that life was unpredictable and things can change very quickly and when you least expect it (though, we're not certain this was effectively done).

Lastly, this video was also project we took on to experiment with sound levels. It is slight, but we tried to increase the sound level at climatic moments and decreased them during speech.