Rabbit in your headlight

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Offline Another_Part_of_Me

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Rabbit in your headlight

  • on: December 21, 2009, 11:42:02 PM
TIAI tweeted, interesting video
Deff makes me think of him.....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cud_k9f6tqk
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Offline StripedFeline

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Re: Rabbit in your headlight

  • on: December 22, 2009, 05:32:23 AM
Ohh, I saw this video a while back when I was studying media.

Plot (taken from Wiki)

It stars Denis Lavant as a man wearing a heavy parka and walking along the middle of the road in a busy car tunnel. He appears to be out of his mind, mumbling and shouting incoherences, only occasionally including intelligible words such as "Cristo" and "shimmer!" Some of the cars honk at him and swerve out of his way. All of a sudden a car hits him from the side, and he is left on the ground. The car continues its course without stopping or slowing down. After a while, the man stands up and starts walking again as if nothing had happened. Then another car hits him; this time the hit occurs straight on and sends him flying a couple of feet. A passing motorist watches with contempt as the man rolls in the street. The man gets up again. A car swerves by and slows down alongside the man. The driver and passengers, played by British actor Craig Kelly as the driver and Unkle's James Lavelle and Richard File as passengers, try to talk to him, asking where is he going. The man pays no attention and continues walking and talking to himself. The driver soon tires of this and drives away while one of the passengers calls out, "Nice coat!" Another car hits the man, and he gets up almost instantly. The madness which this man is apparently suffering from gets more acute as he grabs his face and moves erratically. More accidents occur, some cars honk, some cars swerve out of the way — but none stop.

The man removes his parka and throws it on the ground. He is wearing nothing underneath, and we see his chest covered with bruises and cuts. Then, as the song's beat stops, leaving just a piano playing, the man stops as well. He smiles and opens his arms in a crucifix-like position. A MK2 Cavalier is coming his way and makes no intention of stopping. The car hits the man, but this time he stands unmoved, and the car destroys itself on impact.
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