With the opening shot of this video there is an intrinsically beautiful feel to how it all feels. The expression etched on the face of the actress as she bangs away on a typewriter gives he r a Sylvia Plath like status. The video continues on in that vein in the narrative with the narrative progressing to something that moves it into bedlam. The visuals are rich in appeal and the distinction of the tune impeccably tracks the vacant calling of the arrangement to further enhance the delivery by gifting it a token realisation that is suitable to the weight of it as a whole overall. The defining allure of how the video works collectively seems to embrace both the sedate attributes on show as much as it does becoming an homage to the minimalist styling of videos in the mid 1980’s period that dominated MTV in its heyday.
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