Fearing no copyrights, this experimental feature is a swirling montage of images lifted from popular television shows and films, as well as violent news footage, commercials and anything else the creators of this piece could get their hands on. The images here have been used and abused by various video mixers and film blemishing, creating a hypnotic apocalyptic nightmare. Blended together to music that switches from thumping beats to industrial noise that would set Boyd Rice’s toes a tappin’, the message here seems to be simply that we’re an ugly people who are born to consume and go to war with each other. You won’t get any argument from me on that. “Faites vos Jeux” is the perfect tape to get your misanthropic ho down started.
Posted on December 12, 2005 in Reviews by Eric Campos
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