Director Henry Kaplan will have you wondering whether it's stag film fantasy or shore leave reality in this period piece for Swedish rockers The Shy Lips. One thing that's aburndantly clear: Falling in love with an adult film star is a sticky situation.
Alright kiddos, here's one more chance to have your rock n' roll life saved by Death From Above 1979. Learning the bassline is optional, although it certainly helps bookend our heroine's realization about what makes her feel alive.
A Chinese Gang Boss can kick the crap out of anything he wants — especially when that thing is held back by his minions — but a seriously cloudy chest x-ray calls for a different sort of assault. No, not cancer treatment, but something more like the Western hereos he previously watched in the limo. And so, he saddles up for his final confrontation in this strange and beautiful homage to Westerns and Yakuzas. And perhaps strangest of all, the video gains even more odd resonance by dint of the song itself, which you'd more expect to encounter in an elevator than in a short film like this.