Thursday, 7 May 2009

European Parliament elections 2009 (98): Be prepared (to be scared)!

Beautiful. And different to Kosmopolit I like the screams, watched it again, and even discovered a little detail I didn't remark the first time I watched it.



I suppose, the Death represents the global crisis or the overrated pandemic influence...

Update: Jon Worth made an anti-UKIP remix.

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Erika Mann Office said...

Wunderbares Blog - wir verlinken fast täglich im Erika Mann News Digest auf die Beiträge. Aber leider ist recht autistisch, was Trackbacks anbelangt. Schade!

Julien Frisch said...

Hi, vielen Dank für das Lob.

Was die Trackbacks angeht - es ist tatsächlich schade dass das bei Blogger nicht funktioniert. Ich sehe aber, dass Leute von euch zu mir kommen, es bleibt also nicht unbemerkt. Ansonsten einfach:

"Trackback: [Link]" als Kommentar eintragen; ist zwar ein bisschen mehr Aufwand, würde aber seinen Zweck erfüllen.

NoelleAnne O'Sullivan said...

I don't get this. WHY is she screaming ? What IS the core message here ?

Julien Frisch said...

The message is very simple: She is screaming because she is haunted by the personified Death (typical horror movie mocking). But even in this situation of great fear, where it would be better to run away, she takes the time to vote. And even the death, so eager to catch her, stops chase for this short moment to cast his vote. So whatever happens: There is always time to vote.

PS.: It is much less fun when you explain the message, though. A friend of mine who is not at all a political person and not a Europe addict as I am was having a lot of fun when I showed here this video.