A stop-motion music-video I made for the song "Poor Edward" by Tom Waits from the album "Alice".
Thanks everyone for watching and commenting! -Lucas van Leiden (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UChCGcX6DAiasI9qKhYw6V1g)
Directed by Jan Svankmajer
Writing credits (in alphabetical order)
Johann Wolfgang Goethe play
Christian Dietrich Grabbe novel
Christopher Marlowe play "The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus"
A disturbingly beautiful look into the mind of a "cutter". Filmed in the style that has made John Santerineross famous, this short art film captures the essence of one of his new images and brings it to life. A young girl shows the inspiration she finds in her somewhat bizarre ritual and shares with us the beauty in an act that most would consider disquieting. Accompanied by wordless song, John's first film is sure to fascinate viewers with the same haunting aesthetic that has made gazing at his photographic images an unforgettable experience.Directed by: John Santerineross
Girl played by: Priscilla
Sanguinarian performance by: Storm
Camera operator: Xavier Rodriguez
Key Grip: Andrew Bellware
Stage Manager: Heather Eve
The Flesh Eaters were an amazing band, born of the LA punk scene back when punk meant aggressively different, not just blandly aggressive. Their first few albums are pure gold; this song is from "Forever Came Today (http://www.discogs.com/Flesh-Eaters-Forever-Came-Today/release/2179915)", released on band leader Chris D.'s own Ruby Records in 1982.
This album has never been reissued on CD, and the original vinyl is somewhat rare. (I paid $45 for my copy this year.) Still, if you look around the web with a vigilant eye, you can probably find a download of it here or there. (Maybe try Googling "the flesh eaters forever came today mp3" or something.) This, along with "A Minute To...