Mesmerizing first-person music video Biting Elbows ‘Insane Office Escape 2″

March 20th, 2013
Mesmerizing first-person music video Biting Elbows 'Insane Office Escape 2"

WARNING: This video shows instances of extreme violence and is NSFW. Don’t watch it if you have a weak stomach.

The interwebs are currently buzzing with a new music video for the Russian band “Biting Elbows”, which looks like a first-person video game shooter shot on video with a GoPro. The effects are absolutely incredible and surprisingly, even the “story” draws you right in. I didn’t even realize it’s a music video until after I watched it – it’s an amazingly made short film which gives you a sense of mesmerizing immediacy.

The GoPro footage implies a sense of reality that makes the images shown all the more unbelievable – watch out, this is extremely violent (as these video games tend to be most of the time).

We here at cinema5D do not promote violence of any kind and distance ourselves from the content, which can be appalling for many readers – however, the way this video is made is impressive to say the least, and that’s the only reason why we are posting it.

Considering the amount of violence in an average Tarantino movie, I think it’s save to say that this is comparable – however some people seem to react more appalled than others because the GoPro footage evokes a feeling of realism.

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James
James
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March 23rd, 2013

Someone’s been watching too much Grand Theft Auto… Thought this was very innovative and the stunts are insane in places. No more violent than your average Tarantino. Would love to see these skills used on a non-shoot-em-up even though I don’t find this particularly objectionable.

richardmak11
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March 23rd, 2013

For the little equipment used the footage jammed,and impressed by the editor in post.
No comment on storyline… it is what it is.

joe789
joe789
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March 21st, 2013

What? More positive? This kicks ass! Better than many Hollywood action movies I’ve seen and so much better than some docudrama. Two thumbs up!

Meg
Meg
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March 23rd, 2013
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definitely yesss

Kirk Lobo
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March 20th, 2013

So ridiculous.

Sebastian Wöber
Sebastian Wöber
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March 20th, 2013

While it’s impressive work I wished they had used their skills in a more positive way.

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