I need your help. Back in 2008-2009, one of my mother's friends from Italy posted a really disturbing CGI music video to her Facebook Page. I feel like it may have been just a normal music video over there since cultural norms are different, but, since I was a sheltered kid, I remember being so scared and confused after watching. The video was early, low-budget CGI like a student film made for art school, but I think it could have been legitimate. It involved a woman with brown hair and a short dress wandering through a city of skeletons, falling in love with one, and... uh.... getting freaky with the skeleton in her bedroom. My mom immediately deleted the video from her page and called out her friend, and I haven't been able to track it down since.
I'm in my 20s now and feel like I'm old enough to appreciate the animation and get closure on something that frightened me back then. I don't remember the genre of music, only the graphics and the main colors of the video. There were a lot of darker earth tones.
Thank you so much for helping, however this is not the video. The video I remember was much more romantic in nature at the beginning, and in a cartoony style. The graphics were more rudimentary than this video as well. I appreciate your help though!
I think this piece of media is legitimately lost. After searching tirelessly for the past few months, I've found nothing except for a confirmation that it did, in fact, exist. Let me explain. I've checked all over the internet, and even taught myself rudimentary Italian and checked Italian sources in order to increase my chances of finding my white whale. I looked everywhere, NSFL/NSFW websites, student portfolios, and more.
Today, I tried a method I previously hadn't: contacting the person who posted the video to my mother's Facebook wall. While he couldn't find the link, he for sure remembered posting it and was able to recall the content of the video. I know this media isn't on the top of like, anyone else's list to be found, but it's bigger than me now. It's for the preservation of Italian lost media as a whole. I know I probably sound dramatic lmao, I can't help it! If it would help, I can try my hand at drawing how I remember the characters looking.