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Yeah it`s pretty f**ed up to my opinion. Romain Gavras (the director) use to do some interesting things...This somehow looks like another of his video clip "batard de barbare", without the ironic and funny part.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlzpCOhy6...
But I don`t think he`s talented. He just exist cause of his father`s name.
I liked the reference to "D.A.N.C.E." during the song too. Everyone check out the album, it`s called "Cross."
You have to.
I don`t know. I suggest the album. Album`s awesome
I love Justice. They are amazing.
1) Advoid areas where they mainly are2) Keep in puplic view3) Hang around with a big group (must took tough)4) Learn some self defenceand 5) Don`t try and be hard nut...
Doing this worked with me for going on 7 years now, so worth a shot.
But on a similar note, I don`t understand why people here on I-A-B often brag about being upset that "aww I was hoping that he would get ran over" and want more violence? I just think that the parents are bad, and these people will have even worse children, and so on and so forth...the world truely screwed.
My main problem with the world today is not violence; it is empathy, (most people have empathy, it`s the act of caring about other people, and most importantly their feelings regardless of who they are).
People have no empathy, as seen in the video, they do not care about their victims; violence however has always been about, for example the roman coliseum or public beheadings. But now, people no longer steal for personal gain as people have done since the dawn of man; But now they steal for fun, regardless of the fact that they deeply scar the victims emotions, or even kill.
Maybe that is what video games and films have taught us... but then how come there’s people like me and you in the world? who DO play a lot of video games and watch violent films?
But I was expecting them all to get mowed down by guns at some point.
Filmed in France? But people like this make up the majority of youths in the UK too.
Welcome to 2008...