Guys, I just did an amazing discovery.
First a little history
9 years ago, my brother bought a animated movie called "An eggs movie" (Una pelicula de huevos), a mexican movie that is pretty fun.
Everytime the DVD plays, a warning appears from the mexican distributor Quality Films, and a little animation appears and a quite unique and strange melody plays.
At the moment I didn't care but the melody was quite... strange, out of place I must say.
About less than a year ago, Cryaotic started to play and upload to youtube, Dreamfall: The Longest Journey, a fucking awesome game, and because of being the sequel of The Longest Journey, few months later he started to play it in his Twitch channel. I followed it, fine, dandy, buuuuut SURPRISE!
He enters to the MTI building, and stuff happens and ends in this lobby http://goo.gl/uMx7i7 and is THE EXACT SAME MUSIC FROM THE DVD PLAYS ON!!!.
Aparently, Quality Films used the same intro in a DVD of a 1999 movie called "Animal Farm" as this youtube video says (which contains the intro) http://goo.gl/3vugPv
The movie was a made-for-tv in October 1999, so I don't know if the DVD is from 1999, 2000 or a little after, but is still possible that the music of the intro of the DVD came before The Longest Journey, which was launched at November 1999 (here the music: http://goo.gl/YXjqwQ )
So guys, what do you think, Funcom copied Quality Films or viceversa?
TLDR: Quality Films, a mexican movie distributor puts a video intro in his dvds with the exact same music of a scene in "The Longest Journey", they started using it in the DVD of the movie "Animal Farm". The fun thing is that, if they got the rights and distribute the DVD right away, the DVD came 1 month before the game.