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Sigur Ros - Hjartao Hamast 

how awsome is this track/filmclip



does anyone now the name of the movie this clip was made from?
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Apr. 20 2007 10:00:15
 
andresito

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RE: Sigur Ros - Hjartao Hamast (in reply to Guest

Is it inspired by The Fifth Element?

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Apr. 22 2007 7:51:25
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RE: Sigur Ros - Hjartao Hamast (in reply to andresito

its got that fifth element edge doesnt it. I just found out what its called, its a french film called immortal (Ad Vitam).

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Immortel (Ad Vitam) is a 2004 English language, but French-produced science fiction film, directed by artist Enki Bilal and based upon his graphic novel La Foire aux immortels (The Carnival of Immortals). The film combines live action footage with computer animation, and received mixed reviews. It is notable as being one of the first major films (along with Casshern, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, and Sin City) to be shot entirely on a "digital backlot", blending live actors with computer generated surroundings. Immortel goes one step further than those films, however, in also having live actors interacting with semi photo-realistic CGI "humans" (as opposed to films such as Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace and The Lord of the Rings film trilogy which featured fantasy creatures).


it looks great (very stylized), im definatley going to try and find it. Heres a trailer for it.

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RE: Sigur Ros - Hjartao Hamast (in reply to Guest

I watched this movie around a year ago on DVD. Sorry I dont remember the name. Its not from the 5th element. Its about a god who have to find somebody before he dies. But finally he doenst make it and die. But he was a dork... so passa nada...
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Apr. 22 2007 11:32:39
 
andresito

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RE: Sigur Ros - Hjartao Hamast (in reply to Guest

Cool, sounds interesting, I'll have to try and track it down as well... definitely has the look of a 'virtual' movie like Sky Captain. Speaking of digital, I saw '300' today too A lot of Greek guys running around in leather jocks and capes, but pretty good action and the 'virtual' sets look pretty cool in that graphic novel way...

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