Ein 8 Minuten langes Musikvideo über den Einsatz von Musik als Folterinstrument.
Massive Attack’s new video for the Damon Albarn collaboration „Saturday Come Slow“ takes a couple of minutes to reveal itself, but it turns out to be a short film about the use of loud music as a torture instrument in prisons. The song becomes entirely secondary to the video, which includes both first-person testimony and scientific talk about the implications of this kind of interrogation. Accordingly, we hear the song warped in different directions to demonstrate the effects. It’s a powerful, harrowing way to spend eight minutes.
Massive Attack promo film raising awareness of Reprieve’s zero dB – against music torture campaign. To support the cause visit http://zerodb.org/ or www.reprieve.org.uk
Directed by Adam And Olly and filmed in Cambridge University’s anechoic chamber.