Björk, Pagan Poetry
I’m proud and happy to present this film that I’ve made with Volvo. It’s a trip through LA, Sweden and my head directed by Max Vitali.
The song, Monument, is taken from my forthcoming album Do It Again with Röyksopp.
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Say It! The 1st video made 4 our album is out. Directed by SandbergTimonen. Edited by Johan Söderberg. The track is available to download today too…
We started writing Monument after playing around with a software that can stretch short bits of music into billions of years of sound. It made total sense to me that Max wanted to explore this floating feeling and mediation in the video.
Directed by Max Vitali Animations by Major Briggs, Daniel Söllscher, Choreography by Jefta van Dinther. Online/VFX by Julius Yildirim Denizhan Director of photography Mattias Rudh. Styling by Denise Ostholm Editing by James Norris. And thank you Anders Haal and The Creators Project.
Sapphire and Steel (as featured in Bojvlogski S01E09). The full series with ‘assignments’ (episodes) connected. Each ‘assignment’ goes for between 2 and 3 hours. This is part of a playlist so ‘Assignment 2’ starts when this video finishes.
I used to watch this on TV after school, it was peculiar.
The opening titles to Sapphire and Steel, a weird, odd and at times downright creepy UK sci-fi series from the 1980’s.
Sapphire and Steel are the agents of some unknown organisation which deals with ruptures in time, which cause chaos for the world. They are not human, it’s debatable whether they are corporeal in their natural form, and they are not necessarily on the side of humanity. They may look like us, but they are NOT like us, and whilst they will try to minimise harmful effects, they WILL take whatever action has to be taken to resolve the temporal problem.
Joanna Lumley was as luminously beautiful as you might imagine as the time-sensitive, time manipulating, psychometric esper Sapphire, and David McCallum was as solid and emotionless as the immovable Steel (who was capable of reducing his body to near absolute zero, disrupting energy.
The best drink in existence, is the Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster. The effect of which is like having your brain smashed up by a slice of lemon wrapped around a large gold brick.