Four cycles in the Uncharted Territories has slowly turned Crichton from a wide-eyed, naive astronaut into a tormented soul. It's with a heavy heart, and near fatalistic desperation that Crichton must turn to Scorpius for help in rescuing Aeryn. Asking Scorpius for help is like selling his soul to the devil, but the human has proven more than once that he is willing to pay any price to save the love of his life, Aeryn Sun. Mercy, edited by LithiumDoll and featuring the music The Devil Song by Beth Orton captures Crichton's mood as he humbly stands before Scorpius at the end of episode 4.17 A Constellation of Doubt.
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Also by LithiumDoll : The Bitter End, My Immortal, In The End, I Love You, The Eyes of Truth, Keepers of the Peace, Wild Boys, My Last Breath, Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me, Going Under (Lithiumdoll), A & B, Hallelujah, I Against I, Clocks, Let Me Entertain You, Crashing Around You, Until It Sleeps, Glorious, Don't Give Up
||1st April 2005
|Like the song, and the video is good, but some of the clips do not transition well with the song.
||6th March 2005
|I came her through Beth's music, and being a slight fan of Farscape.
good work Lith.
||23rd July 2004
|Not one of your better ones.. sorry but the nice selection of imagary just does not gel with the music to me. Ah well everything else that I have seen of yours to date has been top class, so getting a wee bit of critisium for once will keep you humble:D
Keep er lit
||24th July 2003
|Have heard of neither Beth Orton or Farscape. However, although I can see a few things in the video that I like, the music ...again... fit the visual portrayal perfectly. The lyrics made sense with the pictures. Great work, Doll. - Isep
||18th May 2003
|As has been said in other messages, what moves me most about this video is how you used Beth Orten's words to draw a picture of the inevitability of John's passage from naive astronaut to distraught seller of his soul to save Aeryn. "Remember you're an angel if you're not sure" was a strong message that reverberates throughout the end of the 4th season. I have saved this video and each time I play it I see more. Thanks.
||9th May 2003
|I really liked this a lot but couldn't quite catch the narrative thread. Both the music and the images are haunting but in places they seemed disjointed to me. Some of the clip choices, like in the rapid fire sequence, felt random. I liked the repeated movement from naive season1 John to desperate aCoD John with season2 LG&M J as a pivot point almost as though the path from one to the other was somehow inevitable. That matched the 'remember you're an angel if you're not sure' theme to me. Another theme that struck me was 'trying to rectify - just got lost a little further' as appropriate to John's evolution.
A few favorite parts, among so many, were the opening 'have mercy on my soul' and the clips of Scorpius and then LG&M John with 'put a face to the voice which always calls'. Thanks for a wonderful video.
||1st May 2003
|I still can't get enough of this video. Not only for the music, but the scenes you used. My favorite sequence was where you showed John from basically each season how he had changed. The look on his face as he looked as D'Argo in Premiere, then in the commando outfit, then Aeryn's funeral and finally the scene with Scorpius.
Maybe it's because the tag from CoD is my favorite and you used it so prominently, but this is one of my favorite videos. Thank you again for creating it.
||29th April 2003
|I loved this video. I really liked how you went back and forth between John
going to Scorpius and other things. Thanks for the video. I have watched it many times.
Music Artist: Beth Orton
Video Artist: LithiumDoll
Spoilers up to: 4.17 A Constellation of Doubt
Posted: 31st March 2003
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