Scenes from the Suburbs 2011 | Boys in movies [BiM]

Scenes from the Suburbs 2011 | Boys in movies [BiM]
Scenes from the Suburbs 2011

Scenes from the Suburbs (2011)

Scenes from the Suburbs 2011
– 28 min. | Short, Drama, Music | May 2011 (USA)


Directed by Spike Jonze, Scenes from the Suburbs is a half-hour short film inspired by Arcade Fire’s Grammy(r) award-winning album The Suburbs. Hailed as “absolutely f–king gorgeous” by INDIEWIRE at its U.S. premiere at 2011’s SXSW festival, this collaborative effort between Spike and the band is a part of Arcade Fire’s The Suburbs Deluxe release.

User review:

This film reminds me of my childhood growing up in the suburbs, and the music is from one of my favorite albums. I think both of these qualities are required to get anything out of this picture.

The images of the houses rolling by, airplanes overhead, and neighborhood kids playing made-up games under an overpass evoke memories of simpler times. This is the theme of both the album and the film: the loss of purity. It’s a nostalgia film.

It is a genuinely different movie. For those of us somewhat jaded by the Hollywood-franchising-machine, this may be the refreshing respite you were looking for.

Director: Spike Jonze
Writers: Spike Jonze, Will Butler, Win Butler
Stars: Sam Dillon, Paul Pluymen, Zoe Graham
Country of origin: United States
Language: English.

Format : Matroska
Format version : Version 4
File size : 920 MiB
Duration : 29 min 23 s
Overall bit rate mode : Variable
Overall bit rate : 4 377 kb/s

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