According to the description box found on the YouTube website, the musician based this off Edvard Munch’s The Scream.
Not bad, but I have always imagined this painting inspiring something a little darker than a bouncy folk song. Perhaps something the Industrial genre, but whatever.
From Dans and Toners’ “Munch-a journey through dance, music, and pictorial art.”
Nice concept, although the “Melancholy” dance does not seem to match up with the mood set by the painting.
…but stay for this fun piece of psychedelic rock.
Currently, I am exploring a treasure trove known as the BBC I Player website. Enjoyable little website. While there, I found an audio reenactment of the 2004 theft of Edvard Munch’s The Scream and The Madonna. Courtesy of the show Friday Drama.
The trailer meanders a bit, but it does intrigue. Then again, I like Munch’s work.
I watched a bit of Barney Miller with my parents (the episode with the fake priest and the man who tried to blow himself up and the station). Abe Vigoda’s (I think) character talks to person calling the police and he says “Describe the scream,” I go “Well, it’s by Edvard Munch and it’s Post-Impressionist,” I am aware that I am wrong on the last one, but hey…
The “Black Pig” scene from the 1974 made for tv movie. This dirty, grimy scene reminds me of the meetings held by the Dada and Surrealist groups. Meetings that talked about trying to change the world.
Like the Slava Raskaj movie, I will try to find this review it.
Here’s one review about this movie. It also provides insight into Peter Watkin, the director.