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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 09:26 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 11:21 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote

Belle chanson, le film: ok mais... non et non pour la guitare année 80 complètement démodée et moche! Mad  

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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 11:32 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote

Domi, tu aurais préféré le banjo ?!

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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 11:54 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote

Je suis peut-etre un peu trop nineties mais j'aime bien les clips qui racontent des histoires... Donc j'ai un avis plutot mitigé... Il n'en reste pas moins que Bowie est très beau dans cette vidéo.
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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 12:05 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote



Back to basics: David Bowie has opted for a stripped-back vibe to his latest music video for new track Valentine's Day


Back to basics: David Bowie releases stripped-down video for new track Valentine's Day... after controversy over his depiction as Christ
By LOUISE SAUNDERS
PUBLISHED: 08:46 GMT, 16 July 2013 | UPDATED: 10:00 GMT, 16 July 2013

His most-recent music video was banned from YouTube within just a few hours of its release, due to its controversial content and use of religious imagery.

And perhaps keen to avoid a repeat of the situation, David Bowie has taken his latest video well and truly back to basis.

Debuting Valentine's Day on his Facebook and Vevo pages, the 66-year-old musician opted for a stripped-back vibe to his newest offering.

In the video, the Life On Mars star can simply be seen strumming away on his guitar as he sits on a stool in a disused warehouse.

Wearing a simple white shirt and trousers, the music legend lets his latest song take centre stage, rather than shocking with a controversial accompaniment as he has with his other videos.

Directed by Markus Klinko and Indrani, the video features numerous close-ups of Bowie's famous mismatched eyes, which came about as a result of a teenage fight with a friend over a mutual love interest.



Unusual: The back to basics video features numerous close-ups of Bowie's famous mismatched eyes


New direction: The musician's simplistic new offering marked a departure from his more controversial offerings to date


Talented: In the video, the Life On Mars star can simply be seen strumming away on his guitar as he sits on a stool in a disused warehouse


Announcing the video on his Facebook page, the star said: 'It's happening today. It gives us much pleasure to be able to announce the release of the new video for David Bowie's upcoming Valentines Day single.

'Directed by Indrani and Marcus Klinko, who previously collaborated with Bowie on the artwork for the Heathen album, Valentine's Day is the new visual from David Bowie's latest album The Next Day.'

Valentine's Day will also be released as a 7" picture disc on August 19 in the UK and August 20 in the US, and will include a B-side of instrumental track Plan.





Low-key: After most-recent music video was banned from YouTube within just a few hours of its release,
Bowie has taken Valentine's Day well and truly back to basics



New approach: Wearing a simple white shirt and trousers, the music legend lets his latest song take centre stage,
rather than shocking with a controversial accompaniment as he has with his other videos



Latest offering: Valentine's Day was directed by Indrani and Marcus Klinko,
who previously collaborated with Bowie on the artwork for the Heathen album



The video marks a departure from Bowie's more controversial offerings to date, with The Next Day sending shockwaves throughout his fan-base when YouTube took the explicit video down within a few hours, saying it 'violated its terms of service'.

Heavily criticised by The Catholic League for its religious iconography, the video saw Bowie depicted as Christ, while Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard took on the role of a prostitute suffering from stigmata.

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



Dazzling: Bowie's famous mismatched eyes came about as a result of a teenage fight with a friend over a mutual love interest


Upcoming: Valentine's Day will also be released as a 7" picture disc on August 19 in the UK and August 20 in the US,
and will include a B-side of instrumental track Plan



The video followed on from The Stars (Are Out Tonight), which saw Tilda Swinton play the 66-year-old singer's fictional wife, whose world was torn apart by a menacing celebrity couple, played by androgynous models, Andrej Pejic and Saskia De Brau.

Many fans had given up hope of Bowie ever recording again after he appeared to retreat from the public eye for a number of years into relative obscurity, with some fleeting performances in 2006.

His unexpected new release of comeback single Where Are We Now reached number six in the UK charts, while his album The Next Day debuted at number one.

Daily Mail



Controversial: The video for The Next Day sent shockwaves throughout Bowie's fan-base when YouTube took the explicit video down
within a few hours, saying it 'violated its terms of service'



Shocking: Heavily criticised by The Catholic League for its religious iconography, the video saw Bowie depicted as Christ,
while Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard took on the role of a prostitute suffering from stigmata



A-list pairing: The video followed on from The Stars (Are Out Tonight), which saw Tilda Swinton play the 66-year-old singer's fictional wife,
whose world was torn apart by a menacing celebrity couple



Icon: Many fans had given up hope of Bowie ever recording again after he appeared to retreat from the public eye
for a number of years into relative obscurity, with some fleeting performances in 2006



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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 12:12 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote





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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 14:48 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote

a masterpiece
Tres esthetique, sobre, efficace..du Bowie
La premiere video ou on le chanter longtemps

en plus il nous filme ca en cachette  a la maison...
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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 14:54 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote

maiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis euuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuh Luna comment tu faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaais euuuuuuuuuuuuuuh

Dis moi  la video de Jump a été tournée ou ??
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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 15:27 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote

halloweenduke wrote:
Dis moi  la video de Jump a été tournée ou ??

Mayfair Studios à Londres ! Wink (On y fait pas que des disques !)
La vidéo a été réalisée par Mark Romanek avec des effets spéciaux de Ashley Beck.


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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 16:28 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote

J'aime beaucoup ce clip bon c'est pas un argument je sais bien...mais je crois que ce clip résistera à l'usure du temps contrairement à d'autres qui feraient appel à des procédés (effets spéciaux etc.).

Puis, c'est sobre et classe. Il y a suffisamment d’éléments pour raconter une histoire, je trouve. Tous les symboles mis bout à bout en disent long. Trop? je ne sais pas.
Se montrer ainsi, c'est aussi un clin d'oeil à tous ceux et celles qui disaient, Bowie va mourir, il est malade, il est vieux, il est à la retraite etc....

Au sujet de la guitare, je ne pense pas qu'elle soit là pour faire beau, je ne connais pas d'autres modèles qui auraient pu aussi bien simuler une arme à feu.


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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 16:34 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote

Et si on veut la télécharger ... ? Rolling Eyes

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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 16:39 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote


On voit même passer une balle !








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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 16:53 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote

Et à 2:08, ce qui ressemble à un impact de balle!

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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 17:02 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote


Le trou de balle :





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PostPosted: Tue 16 Jul - 17:06 (2013)    Post subject: Valentine’s Day video and press release Reply with quote

C'est une idée où il joue au malade mental dans ce clip ? Il a un panel d'expressions, on n'aimerait pas le croiser dans son usine désaffectée la nuit...
 
J'aime beaucoup le fait de se montrer aussi crûment, alors que même là on sait qu'il nous échappe totalement.
 
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