Well this thread has got me interested in the film. If you do find it or figure out what it was called, make sure to post about it in here, alright? I'd like to see it if possible. Even if it turns out to be CGI or whatever.
OK, but i didn't get anything. I got more info from Google than I did from Wayback Machine (I probably don't know how to use it tho). Although I can no longer log in to my old MySpace account I can see the main page and my videos. The video was actually on the other guy's page, but I checked a few who were connected to my account but got nothing. I think I tried it before last year whilst I was actually logged in. I've been locked out for a while now, so will try again later. I don't think I'll find anything tho.
What you need is the url for his page. Do you by any chance still remember it? Maybe you still have a bookmark for it, or can find the link on your own old page?
I doubt this might be the person Karl is searching for, but this entertain to the theme of using the winders/reliance/forgetfulness/selfishness:
The lost film is a masterpiece; it has a unique way of grabbing viewers attention. After 6-8 months of watching it, I wanted to understand more about it but could not track down that link. Instead I found Cycle. I'll update here once I track down the lost film.