When BMF Samuel L. Jackson tweets “This is some Buck Wild shit” about a music video, later embraced by Flying Lotus and Darren Aronofsky as well, you know you’re dealing with some x-rated content and possibly several pools of blood flying left and right. What you don’t know, is that everything is filmed with a subjective camera putting you in the position of the hungry-for-blood hitman and having you do some rather wicked stuff like: run over roof-tops, meet gorgeous sexy girls, climb out of a moving car and land on top of another. Plus kill lots of people in the meantime! Mind-blowing music video especially when thinking it emerged from the hands of Biting Elbow’s frontman Ilya Naishuller, and not some Tarantino groupie film director.

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    Electric Cinema

    title:

    Bad Motherfucker

    artist:

    Biting Elbows

    director:

    Ilya Naishuller

    bitingelbows.com


     


    Bad Motherfucker

    When BMF Samuel L. Jackson tweets “This is some Buck Wild shit” about a music video, later embraced by Flying Lotus and Darren Aronofsky as well, you know you’re dealing with some x-rated content and possibly several pools of blood flying left and right. What you don’t know, is that everything is filmed with a subjective camera putting you in the position of the hungry-for-blood hitman and having you do some rather wicked stuff like: run over roof-tops, meet gorgeous sexy girls, climb out of a moving car and land on top of another. Plus kill lots of people in the meantime!

    Mind-blowing music video especially when thinking it emerged from the hands of Biting Elbow’s frontman Ilya Naishuller, and not some Tarantino groupie film director.

    Tags: controversial, game aesthetics, x-rated


    Electric Cinema

    21 Clips

    Super cinematic live action clips that tell a story.

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