Stunning film > censorship

February 1, 2010 § 1 Comment

There has been a fair bit of on-line chatter over the new Massive Attack video. I can see why. It is beautifully edited and composed with the music.

Sadly this is not the main focus of attention. It is an edited collage of an interview with a woman who at one point in her life was a porn star with footage of her film work. Yes some of it gets graphic. I feel that Massive Attack is doing it more for the art. They don’t really need the money that video air play gets, yet we all know that internet viral marketing gets you farther. I’d say they know exactly what they are doing.

Sex and nudity, but get over it.

for more info, a good write up, and the video click stereogum.com

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