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Broken Bells’ The Ghost Inside by Jacob Gentry

David Knight - 18th June 2010

Christina Hendricks - the formidable Joan Holloway in Mad Men - trades the 1960s for some distant future in Jacob Gentry's FX-heavy new video for Danger Mouse and Shins' James Mercer's project Broken Bells.

Christina Hendricks - the formidable Joan Holloway in <em>Mad Men</em> - trades the 1960s for some distant future in Jacob Gentry's FX-heavy new video for Danger Mouse and Shins' James Mercer's project Broken Bells. But apparently things haven't really changed that much: its still difficult for a girl to get to where she wants to be in life - in this case, beautiful <a href="" target="_blank">Planet BB114</a>. Even if the girl happens to be an artificial life form, able to make some unusual sacrifices. Which makes this video unintentionally Pythonesque in parts. Jacob Gentry co-directed the low budget shocker <em>The Signal</em> and his outfit POP Films collaborated with Soapbox Films, who have worked on The Muppets web series (including Bohemian Rhapsody) and <em>Toy Story 3</em>.

But apparently things haven't really changed that much: its still difficult for a girl to get to where she wants to be in life - in this case, beautiful Planet BB114. Even if the girl happens to be an artificial life form, able to make some unusual sacrifices. Which makes this video unintentionally Pythonesque in parts.

Christina Hendricks - the formidable Joan Holloway in <em>Mad Men</em> - trades the 1960s for some distant future in Jacob Gentry's FX-heavy new video for Danger Mouse and Shins' James Mercer's project Broken Bells. But apparently things haven't really changed that much: its still difficult for a girl to get to where she wants to be in life - in this case, beautiful <a href="" target="_blank">Planet BB114</a>. Even if the girl happens to be an artificial life form, able to make some unusual sacrifices. Which makes this video unintentionally Pythonesque in parts. Jacob Gentry co-directed the low budget shocker <em>The Signal</em> and his outfit POP Films collaborated with Soapbox Films, who have worked on The Muppets web series (including Bohemian Rhapsody) and <em>Toy Story 3</em>.

Jacob Gentry co-directed the low budget shocker The Signal and his outfit POP Films collaborated with Soapbox Films, who have worked on The Muppets web series (including Bohemian Rhapsody) and Toy Story 3.

Christina Hendricks - the formidable Joan Holloway in <em>Mad Men</em> - trades the 1960s for some distant future in Jacob Gentry's FX-heavy new video for Danger Mouse and Shins' James Mercer's project Broken Bells. But apparently things haven't really changed that much: its still difficult for a girl to get to where she wants to be in life - in this case, beautiful <a href="" target="_blank">Planet BB114</a>. Even if the girl happens to be an artificial life form, able to make some unusual sacrifices. Which makes this video unintentionally Pythonesque in parts. Jacob Gentry co-directed the low budget shocker <em>The Signal</em> and his outfit POP Films collaborated with Soapbox Films, who have worked on The Muppets web series (including Bohemian Rhapsody) and <em>Toy Story 3</em>.

David Knight - 18th June 2010

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Director
Jacob Gentry
Producer
Alexander Motlagh
Production Company
POP Films

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Director of Photography
Eric Maddison

David Knight - 18th June 2010

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