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8 May 2013



“Here I am, Not quite dying”

As promised here about an hour ago and without further ado, here it is: the brilliant new video for The Next Day.

#thenextday #nextdayvideo

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'The Next Day' Video: David Bowie, Marion Cotillard & Gary Oldman Meet In Church Brothel

The Huffington Post | By Kia Makarechi
Posted: 05/08/2013 12:39 am EDT | Updated: 05/08/2013 12:39 am EDT


David Bowie recruited some all-star talent for his latest music video, which features Marion Cotillard as a prostitute suffering from a severe case of stigmata and Gary Oldman as a less-than-pious bishop. Bowie himself stars as well, offering parlor entertainment in this church-run sex-for-money scheme.

We're told Bowie himself conceived of the treatment for the video, which was directed by Floria Sigismundi ("The Runaways"). It's a lush visual, and it's nice to see that the 66-year-old Bowie hasn't lost his edge.

"The Next Day" is the second video off the album which shares the same title. "Where Are We Now?" -- Bowie's comeback single -- debuted with its own video.

Bowie recently broke his long and very serious silence about the album by sending writer Rick Moody 42 word about the project.

Take a look above and let us know what you think in the comments.

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David Bowie Releases 'The Next Day' Video

By Phil Gallo, Los Angeles | May 08, 2013 1:19 AM EDT

David Bowie has released the third video from his album "The Next Day," writing, conceiving and starring in a clip for the album's title track.

Floria Sigismundi, the photographer and filmmaker who wrote and directed "The Runaways" and directed Justin Timberlake's "Mirrors," directed the Bowie film. She also directed the last Bowie video, "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)," which featured Tilda Swinton.

Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard, who won the Academy Award for her portrayal of Edith Piaf, co-star in the video, which takes place in a pub with a cast of characters straight out of Vatican City.

Oldman portrays a priest who at one point condemns the Christ-like Bowie, the frontman in the band playing at the bar. There's also a Cardinal handing out cash, a praying nun and a saintly character played by Cotillard.

Oldman and Bowie worked together previously on 1996's "Basquiat" with Bowie portraying Andy Warhol and Oldman in the role of fellow painter, Julian Schnabel. Both men sang on a 1995 solo album from Reeves Gabrels, a member of Bowie's Tin Machine, titled "The Sacred Squall of Now."

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Gary Oldman Stars In New David Bowie Video

John Doran , May 8th, 2013 01:43

David Bowie has released a third video for 2013 - to accompany the title track from his excellent come back album The Next Day.

The short film - which is as much tongue in cheek as it is satirical - features Gary Oldman hardly playing against type as a punchy, hard drinking, womanising priest in an ecclesiastical strip club.

The video, directed by Floria Sigismondi also features Academy Award winning French actress Marion Cotillard as a stigmatic stripper.

The Quietus


Marion Cotillard and Gary Oldman star in music video for David Bowie’s The Next Day

By Christopher Hooton
Wednesday 8 May 2013 7:34 am


David Bowie has premiered a new music video for The Next Day, which is set in a pub-cum-church-cum-brothel and stars Marion Cotillard as a prostitute and Gary Oldman as a priest.

The Next Day is packed full of religious iconography and was written, conceived by and stars Bowie, with direction coming from Floria Sigismundi, who was also behind Justin Timberlake’s recent Mirrors video.

Bowie plays a Christ-like figure in the video, performing in the corner of the bar as various religious figures relent to sins of the flesh.

Oldman’s priest preys upon a smoulering Cotillard, who dances for him before suddenly suffering from a bad case of stigmata and bleeding all over the checkerboard floor.

The priest condemns Bowie at one point in the video, shouting: ‘You see this? This is your doing! You call yourself a prophet!’ as the singer is whipped by onlookers.

A cardinal is also seen handing out money to dancing girls, while a nun prays in a corner and a man practices self-flagellation.

The volatile clip ends rather more calmly, with Bowie saying: ‘Thank you Marion, thank you Gary, thank you everybody.’

Oldman and Bowie previously worked together on Basquiat in 1996, which saw Bowie play Andy Warhol, and sung a duet on a 1995 solo album from Reeves Gabrels called The Sacred Squall of Now.

The Next Day is Bowie’s third music video from his album of the same name and follows The Stars (Are Out Tonight) which starred Tilda Swinton and the surreal puppet video for Where Are We Now.

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MessagePosté le: Mer 8 Mai - 08:41 (2013)    Sujet du message: The Next Day video is here now Répondre en citant

woaw ! Si avec ça il ne s"attire pas les foudres du Vatican. Ce clip va faire parler, c'est certain.
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MessagePosté le: Mer 8 Mai - 09:00 (2013)    Sujet du message: The Next Day video is here now Répondre en citant

Excellent mais... pourquoi est ce si court ? Il ne voulait pas en faire trop ? Laughing

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MessagePosté le: Mer 8 Mai - 09:21 (2013)    Sujet du message: The Next Day video is here now Répondre en citant

Un peu court mais de mon point de vue très réussi !
Censuré, peut-être, drame au Vatican, pas sûr, Madonna a fait bien pire ! ^^
Il s'en fout pas mal à vrai dire, c'est sur le net que les clips son regardés aujourd'hui, alors une censure tv...


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hum les larmes de sperme...

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The Thin White Messiah: watch David Bowie's The Next Day video

By Andy Morris | 08 May 13

Cotillard! Oldman! Stigmata! The Thin White Messiah has truly surpassed himself this time with a deeply creepy new video from director Floria Sigismondi. Watch the new David Bowie video, the title track from his spectacular 24th studio album The Next Day set in a debauched priest's drinking hole.

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David Bowie: new video for The Next Day stars Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard

Gareth Vipers 08 May 2013

David Bowie has released the latest video from his new album The Next Day, featuring Hollywood stars Marion Cotillard and Gary Oldman.

The video, packed full of religious iconography, is for the album’s title track and was written, conceived by and stars Bowie.

Bowie plays a Christ-like figure, performing as the front man of a band in the corner of a pub as various religious figures commit sins of the flesh.

Oldman, who previously worked with the singer on 1996’s Basquiat, which saw Bowie appear as Andy Warhol, plays a priest character who ends up condemning Bowie as a sinful prophet.

Academy Award-winning Cotillard dances for the priest before suddenly suffering stigmata and bleeding all over the floor.

A cardinal is also seen handing out money to dancing girls, while a nun prays quietly in the corner.

Evening Standard


David Bowie is depicted as Christ in shocking video for The Next Day.... starring Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard as a prostitute suffering from stigmata

By Louise Saunders
PUBLISHED: 07:52 GMT, 8 May 2013 | UPDATED: 08:45 GMT, 8 May 2013


He's never been afraid to shock when it comes to his previous work in the music industry.

But David Bowie's latest video for upcoming track, The Next Day, could be set to become one of his most controversial pieces to date.

Premiering the montage on his Vevo page, the video sees Bowie depicted as Christ, while Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard takes on the role of a prostitute suffering from stigmata.

The pair are joined by the legendary musician's long-time pal, actor Gary Oldman, who is seen as a preying priest.

Directed by acclaimed photographer and filmmaker Floria Sigismondi, who was at the helm of Justin Timberlake's recent Mirrors and Bowie's The Stars (Are Out Tonight), the video was conceived by the singer himself and looks set to shock with its theme of religious iconography.

Set in what appears to be a cross between a church and a brothel, the video opens with a fight between a man and a woman as Bowie, depicted as a Christ-like figure in a flowing Biblical-inspired smock, leads a veiled girl into the bar.

The musician then begins performing in the corner as a man practices self-flagellation, whipping himself on the back as he covers himself in blood.

Various religious figures are seen drinking at the bar, while a nun prays quietly and a cardinal hands out cash to a number of scantily-clad dancers.

Cotillard, dressed in just a skimpy black basque, positively smoulders as she sips a martini at the bar alongside a plethora of characters, including everyone from priests to crying brides as a plate of gruesome eyeballs are served up on a plate.

Oldman portrays a priest who takes a particular interest in the French star's character, sniffing around her as he leads her onto the dancefloor.

Within moments, Cotillard is swaying and sashaying seductively in time to the music as Oldman looks on in delight.

Wearing a slick of pillar-box red lipstick and sexy smokey eye make-up, the actress has the room entranced as she performs a series of sensual moves before dramatically dropping to her knees.

Recoiling in horror at what she is seeing, blood begins gushing out of the character's hands as she suffers from a case of stigmata.

Oldman shouts at Bowie, 'You see this? This is your doing! You call yourself a prophet!', as the singer is whipped by onlookers.

A scene of chaos erupts as Cotillard's blood splays all over the other characters and she falls into a pool of her own blood.

Calm is then restored with the prostitute is seemingly reborn, looking fresh-faced and innocent as she weeps silently while wearing a floral garland.

The video - shot at New York City's American Legion building - ends with Bowie simply saying: 'Thank you Marion, thank you Gary, thank you everybody.'

As the third comeback single, the video follows on from The Stars (Are Out Tonight), which saw Tilda play the 66-year-old star's fictional wife, whose world is torn apart by a menacing celebrity couple, played by androgynous models, Andrej Pejic and Saskia De Brau.

Daily Mail


May 7, 2013 21:55
David Bowie unveils new video for 'The Next Day' starring Gary Oldman
The film takes place in a pub with a cast and crew of religious characters

'The Next Day' is the third single to be taken from Bowie's current album of the same name. The video was directed by Floria Sigismundi - the photographer and filmmaker who directed Bowie's last video, 'The Stars (Are Out Tonight)'. She also directed The Runaways and the video for Justin Timberlake's 'Mirrors'.

Alongside Oldman, Marion Cotillard - who won the Academy Award for her portrayal of Edith Piaf also stars in the promo, which takes place in a pub with a cast and crew of religious characters. Bowie plays a Christ-like figure, Oldman portrays a priest and Cotillard plays a saint-like character while a Cardinal hands out cash and a nun prays.

Bowie and Oldman previously joined forces in 1995, when they recorded a duet of Bowie's 'You've Been Around' for guitarist Reeves Gabrels' album 'The Sacred Squall Of Now'. They worked together again in 1996 on the Jean-Michel Basquiat biopic Basquiat with Bowie portraying Andy Warhol and Oldman in the role of fellow painter/

Oldman is the second actor friend Bowie has enlisted this year, following Tilda Swinton, who played his onscreen wife in the video for 'The Stars (Are Out Tonight)', the second single from 'The Next Day', which was released in February.

NME's special collectors' magazine on David Bowie is out now and includes the complete Bowie story, iconic and rare photographs, every era and character analysed, plus classic NME interviews with Bowie himself.

NME


WATCH: David Bowie Debuts 'The Next Day' Video, With Help From Gary Oldman, Marion Cotillard

The Huffington Post UK | Posted: 08/05/2013 09:01 BST | Updated: 08/05/2013 09:12 BST

David Bowie wowed us all with news of his comeback album 'The Next Day' earlier in the year, and now he's managed to pull another surprise out of the hat.

The elusive superstar has debuted the video for his title track, and recruited two A-listers, Gary Oldman and French Oscar-winner Marion Cotillard, to the cause.

The video was written and conceived by Bowie himself, and directed by photographer and filmmaker Floria Sigismondi.

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MessagePosté le: Mer 8 Mai - 10:17 (2013)    Sujet du message: The Next Day video is here now Répondre en citant

Un peu trop mystique chic à mon goût.
J'ai plus de mal à accrocher à cette vidéo par rapport aux deux autres.

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MessagePosté le: Mer 8 Mai - 10:27 (2013)    Sujet du message: The Next Day video is here now Répondre en citant

Une seule vision pour le moment.
Je me doutais (comme d'autres probablement que ça serait pour ce morceau).
Pas encore d'avis.


Le contrepied de ce à quoi on pouvait s'attendre. 
Donc déjà ça c'est bien.
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Vidéo supprimée de Youtube...

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Ah bon ??? Ah oui... J'ai eu la chance de la DL rapidos ce matin alors... Si quelqu'un la veut... PM
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Article "Charts In France"...


http://www.chartsinfrance.net/David-Bowie/news-85736.html
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MessagePosté le: Mer 8 Mai - 10:54 (2013)    Sujet du message: The Next Day video is here now Répondre en citant

Ils n'ont pas perdu de temps...

"Cette vidéo a été supprimée, car son contenu ne respecte pas les Conditions d'utilisation de YouTube. "

Un lien qui, a priori, devrait fonctionner :

http://www.vevo.com/watch/david-bowie/the-next-day/USRV31300003


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Idem Hanx !
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