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Q&A with director and Cinematographer of 911 video

the Devil of Pop

I hope someone asks him about how they did the scenes on the lift, and the shot with Gaga's ankle tied to a rope like a kite! I'll bet those were crazy to shoot, and I'd love to see some behind-the-scenes photos of them filming on the lift!

Also I hope he explains some more of the symbolism. Like, does the rider on the black horse represent Death? Why is Death pointing a gun at Gaga in the final scene?

And it would be cool if he pointed out some specific homages. For example, I've heard rumors that they also referenced Alejandro Jorodowsky's Holy Mountain and El Topo, so I wonder if that was coincidental or intentional. 

How can I protect something so perfect without evil?
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likeitrough
6 minutes ago, the Devil of Pop said:

I hope someone asks him about how they did the scenes on the lift

i think they used a lift. :bear:

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NewUsername

Quick! Let's think of some interesting questions!

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Defmix100
1 hour ago, the Devil of Pop said:

I hope someone asks him about how they did the scenes on the lift

This music video came to mind

 

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littlepotter
1 hour ago, likeitrough said:

i think they used a lift. :bear:

I snorted :air:

can you hear me come undone?
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