Marching Bands of Manhattan- A man sits in an isolated room, breathing through a paper bag then wearing a bag on his head. The room begins to gradually seem like the beach. He lies down on the beach next to a woman with a bag over her head. He then wakes up in the room, opens the door and sees the woman that was sitting on the beach with him, who is similarly wet and coming out of her own isolated room. Soul Meets Body- Home video, indescribable. Summer Skin- Children are working in an office that is outside instead of going to the playground. They lament the time they're losing, and seem to be fraught with depression. One child removes a starfish from his briefcase and runs away. The other children follow him. Different Names for the Same Thing- A middle school band is playing Different Names for the Same Thing. Some seem tired, some are very excited. I Will Follow You into the Dark- A series of sketches loosely unified by bunnies and an old man and a child are shown in a notebook on... Written by
A visual companion to Death Cab for Cutie's album PLANS
Did You Know?
The sequence of words written by the woman are known in France as "Efleurer la Marguerite" which is to pick the petals off of a daisy. It is the French equivalent of "He/she loves me, he/she loves me not." It goes like this: "Il/elle m'aime Un Peu Beaucoup Passionement à la folie Pas du tout" Which translates as: "He/she loves me A bit A lot Passionately Insanely Not at all" See more