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The Knife "A Tooth For An Eye" (Roxy Farhat & Kakan Hermansson, dir.)

The Knife - A Tooth For An Eye - Official video

Lest you think this is just a weird gym class that takes on the theatrics of a music video, I direct you the artists statement included with their YouTube posting:

 'A Tooth For An Eye' deconstructs images of maleness, power and leadership. Who are the people we trust as our leaders and why? What do we have to learn from those we consider inferior? In a sport setting where one would traditionally consider a group of men as powerful and in charge, an unexpected leader emerges. A child enters and allows the men to let go of their hierarchies, machismo and fear of intimacy, as they follow her into a dance. Their lack of expertise and vulnerability shines through as they perform the choreography. Amateurs and skilled dancers alike express joy and a sense of freedom; There is no prestige in their performance. The child is powerful, tough and sweet all at once, roaring "I'm telling you stories, trust me". There is no shame in her girliness, rather she possesses knowledge that the men lost a long time ago.

Indeed.

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