Burn my shadow

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August 13, 2007 by Jeremy Williams

Another excellent and thought-provoking video from Unkle, courtesy of Jonny. It’s directed by Miguel Sapochnik, who made a bit of a splash with a short film called ‘The Dreamer’ a while back, which dealt with similar themes – living on borrowed time, finding out what’s really important when it comes to the crunch. (Look out for his feature length debut, The Repossession Mambo, in a couple of years time.)

Downloadable version is here, youtube lo-res below.

Yes, that is The Cult’s Ian Astbury on vocals. And yes, that is the guy from ER.

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