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A music heavy episode with Björk and Prince! The strange relationship a listener has with an artist. The brand Björk vs the person Björk....
Posted August 8, 2013
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A music heavy episode with Björk and Prince! The strange relationship a listener has with an artist. The brand Björk vs the person Björk. Artist packaging. A singer’s voice. Lars von Trier as a director and as a co-worker. Tension. Why handheld? Why not really handheld. The box. Direct instructions: put Udo Kier in everything, and do it now. Peter Stormare sings. Another Björk mystery! David Morse. The money, the lie, and the ethicacy. Dancer in the Dark is amazing, and, separately, a consideration on principles and message. Purple Rain has Prince in it! Just your normal, average guy. Morris Day and The Time. The ultimate foil. Sexism and genres. Rebecca Romijn, especially where you don’t expect her. What kind of heavy is Purple Rain. Making a movie to promote your album.
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Dancer in the Dark
Released: October 6, 2000
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Director: Lars von Trier
Writer: Lars von Trier
Starring: Björk, Catherine Deneuve, David Morse, Peter Stormare
An east European girl lives in America with her young son, and if forced to consider that it may not be like her favorite Hollywood musicals.
Released: July 27, 1984
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Director: Albert Magnoli
Writer: William Blinn, Albert Magnoli
Starring: Prince, Apollonia Kotero, Morris Day, Olga Karlotas
A young man with a talent for music has begun a career with much promise. He meets an aspiring singer, Apollonia, and finds that talent alone isn't all that he needs.