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"Zone Called Nevermore" received great reviews from the Oregon Cinema Arts Film Festival 2018. Its judges praised it for a great combination of stylistic cinematography, artistic shots, vibrant colors and edits". See more »
A stylish, ironic and inventive showpiece wrapped around Halloween!
Music video "Zone Called Nevermore" by independent rock musician / filmmaker Arthur Mountaniol is a stylish and ironic showpiece based on his psychedelic rock song with the same name.
This video distinguishes itself with a sense of humor and inventiveness. The central visual element here is the Halloween parade movie showing on the screen where you can see a lot of interesting characters. However what really catches your eye is the audience of the blue men who watch it. They react in sync to everything that's going on in the movie, but every once in a while they instantly disappear one by one or in groups, and then reappear in all types of combinations, creating a funny, doll-like show of their own.
As the video plays on, the screen itself breaks into pieces and then reassembles into varies structures and geometrical figures and lines. Sometimes the invisible singer briefly shows up catching up with a song and then leaves the spotlight for the guitarist who looks like a glowing alien with an illuminating body who also splits into many of different sizes.
The song itself provides a good, visionary sound base with the exotic guitar solos, monster sounding chorus and surreal lyrics with an elusive meaning that makes you feel like you're always missing something, but that only gets you hooked up even more.
All in all, this video is quite amusing and rather sophisticated despite its low budget production. But there's a true artistry and originality here which I so much like and prefer over an ostentatious cliché that I see and hear over and over again in music videos by many of today's top artists.
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