The video of Sheldon Drobny's Nova M Radio's birthday party have finally been released, and they're even better than you might expect. In fact, the person who watched all of them told us they were the equal of the Woodstock movie of some years ago.
I didn't watch all of them, but only because I don't want to see the best videos ever made, thereby making every other video a let down. So, I only spot-checked a couple.
In the first (youtube.com/watch?v=1TiryT6UWLw), a portly lady dances around as a band plays. In a wonderful example of the cinematic arts, the director focuses on the unnamed dancer and the bass player, who appears to be Jeff Farias. The director has intentionally overexposed the video, in order to lend a special feel to the oeuvre. The electronic distortion lends it a true feel of echt.
The second (youtube.com/watch?v=Y2V_ZzkpOL8) appears to feature Stephanie Miller. The third has Bill Press (youtube.com/watch?v=nR9Y0eFnleI).
The fifth has Mike Malloy (youtube.com/watch?v=mDgONXxCays).
And, in another daring innovation, in the last video (youtube.com/watch?v=dGtO3CvblWw) - the video where you'd expect something to happen, the denouement, das Ende - nothing happens.
Posted in Sheldon Drobny at April 20, 2007 04:24 PM
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