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The Work of Director Chris Cunningham (2003)

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An 84 minute collection of commercials, music videos and other stuff by the influential English video artist and filmmaker Chris Cunningham.

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Chris Cunningham, Lance Bangs (uncredited)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Vanessa Eloy Vanessa Eloy ... Monster (segment "Second Bad Vilbel")
Kiran Shah ... Little People (segment "Come to Daddy")
Nikki Bond Nikki Bond ... Little People (segment "Come to Daddy") (as Nikki McInness)
Karen Anderson Karen Anderson ... Little People (segment "Come to Daddy")
Matthew Hoxley Matthew Hoxley ... Little People (segment "Come to Daddy")
Damian Keane Damian Keane ... Little People (segment "Come to Daddy")
Coral Lorne Coral Lorne ... Granny (segment "Come to Daddy")
Al Stokes ... Thin Man (segment "Come to Daddy")
Liz Rutherford Liz Rutherford ... Dog Handler (segment "Come to Daddy") / Animal Handler (segment "Come On My Selector")
Robert Ball Robert Ball ... Boy (segment "Only You")
Stephen Ball Stephen Ball ... Body Double (segment "Only You")
Caspert Hunte Caspert Hunte ... Hero (segment "Afrika Shox")
London Reyes London Reyes ... Break Dancer (segment "Afrika Shox")
Mitchell Mertinez Mitchell Mertinez ... Break Dancer (segment "Afrika Shox")
Raymond Ramos Raymond Ramos ... Break Dancer (segment "Afrika Shox")
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An 84 minute collection of commercials, music videos and other stuff by the influential English video artist and filmmaker Chris Cunningham.

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Music

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 October 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Работы режиссёра Криса Каннингэма See more »

Filming Locations:

England, UK See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

On the video select menu on the DVD, the loud sounds are samples from each music video. When a video is selected the sounds stop one by one until only a sample of the chosen video remains. See more »

Connections

Edited from Autechre: Second Bad Vilbel (1996) See more »

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Second Bad Vibel
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Ultimately disappointing.
2 January 2004 | by stroggerSee all my reviews

While I am very happy that some of Chris Cunningham's work is now available on DVD, the package is a bit disappointing. Extra features are thin on the ground, I wish there were some commentary and more behind the scenes info. There was a TV series called Mirrorball which had an episode devoted to Chris, why wasn't this on the DVD? This is especially irritating when some of the "All is Full of Love" making of is credited as being from the program. Despite the lack of extras I expected top notch video and audio. But in this area the DVD is also lacking, the video is not anamorphic and the audio is not encoded in 5.1. I'm sure there must be 5.1 tracks for some of the videos. Again I am very happy that this DVD has been released but it could have been so much more; it isn't very good value for 14 quid.


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