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Drone on YOMYOMF

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17 October 2012



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YOMYOMF is one of a long, and growing, list of YouTube funded channels. Drone is a four-part series of short-format videos, telling the story of a humanoid combat robot that encounters a situation which causes it to refuse an order, and all that transpires as a result. YOMYOMF packs a complex story complete with a dash of character development into a combined run length less than half that of the typical feature film. All four episodes, a couple of trailers, and a “The Making of Drone” behind the scenes segment have all been combined into a playlist, or you can start with episode 1 and pick your way through.



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