This is an excellent video and one that takes the minimalist concept at the beginning to heart. As a result the latter stages of the video mark a telling degree of progression that also embraces a finite sense of alternative art house virtue but done so in a way which makes good use of the direction. In the lo-fi appeal the real worth of the video is found. Be it the resounding freshness of the choreography that adds a sense of class to it all right through to the contamination team who play their part, there is an unmistakable attempt at a broader crossover here. That is worked cleverly and it is a steady narrative that is added to proceedings from how it is all handled. The visual effects are also quite cheap but they add to the charm at the same time. Which is what it is all about.
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