The Amazing Randi might not be amused by this video, but Uri Geller fans should head immediately to this magical diner where spoons bend, gravity slips away and all the laws of physics take a 3:28 break.
Time moves fast these days, so say hello to Divergent, which is either a new generation's Hunger Games, or just a sign that this generation has a really short attention span. The video keeps to the basics, mixing lots of film footage with a woodsy performance where Ellie Goulding bears the pseudo-Maori mark of something or other related to the movie.
PS: As you can tell, I also haven't read the book it's based upon.
Call this "Lights (Version 2.0)" with a bigger budget... and a WHOLE lotta lens flare. Ellie and her new friends take over an unoccupied airport runway to hold a different kind of rave, one with a slight sense of supernaturalism (particularly at the end).