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Scissor Sisters’ Invisible Light by Nicolás Méndez/CANADA

Scissor Sisters’ Invisible Light by Nicolás Méndez/CANADA

David Knight - 15th Dec 2010

Nicolás Méndez of Barcelona-based directing collective Canada directed the video for El Guincho's Bombay, caused a sensation, and Canada signed to Partizan outside Spain. Now comes the first non-Spanish commission - for Scissor Sisters.

Nicolás Méndez of Barcelona-based directing collective Canada directed the video for El Guincho's Bombay, caused a sensation, and Canada signed to Partizan outside Spain. Now comes the first non-Spanish commission - for Scissor Sisters. Nothing whatsoever has been lost in translation. Welcome to an extravaganza of psycho-sexual surrealism, provocative imagery and rampant eroticism. Its even more remarkable than Bombay, with a delirious climax that includes the song's contribution from Sir Ian McKellen, as delivered by a mad psychoanalyst. Its completely nuts, yet amazing with extraordinary imagery, and is probably going to upset the Daily Mail. Did I mention that it's quite sexy

Nothing whatsoever has been lost in translation. Welcome to an extravaganza of psycho-sexual surrealism, provocative imagery and rampant eroticism. Its even more remarkable than Bombay, with a delirious climax that includes the song's contribution from Sir Ian McKellen, as delivered by a mad psychoanalyst.

Nicolás Méndez of Barcelona-based directing collective Canada directed the video for El Guincho's Bombay, caused a sensation, and Canada signed to Partizan outside Spain. Now comes the first non-Spanish commission - for Scissor Sisters. Nothing whatsoever has been lost in translation. Welcome to an extravaganza of psycho-sexual surrealism, provocative imagery and rampant eroticism. Its even more remarkable than Bombay, with a delirious climax that includes the song's contribution from Sir Ian McKellen, as delivered by a mad psychoanalyst. Its completely nuts, yet amazing with extraordinary imagery, and is probably going to upset the Daily Mail. Did I mention that it's quite sexy

Its completely nuts, yet amazing with extraordinary imagery, and is probably going to upset the Daily Mail. Did I mention that it's quite sexy

Nicolás Méndez of Barcelona-based directing collective Canada directed the video for El Guincho's Bombay, caused a sensation, and Canada signed to Partizan outside Spain. Now comes the first non-Spanish commission - for Scissor Sisters. Nothing whatsoever has been lost in translation. Welcome to an extravaganza of psycho-sexual surrealism, provocative imagery and rampant eroticism. Its even more remarkable than Bombay, with a delirious climax that includes the song's contribution from Sir Ian McKellen, as delivered by a mad psychoanalyst. Its completely nuts, yet amazing with extraordinary imagery, and is probably going to upset the Daily Mail. Did I mention that it's quite sexy

David Knight - 15th Dec 2010

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