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Jake Gyllenhaal stars in new video for The Shoes

Music Video / Film

Posted by Eliza Williams, 12 March 2012, 14:29    Permalink    Comments (8)

Jake Gyllenhaal plays a violent psychopath on a killing spree in this bloody yet stylish new video for The Shoes track Time To Dance, directed by Daniel Wolfe.

Credits:
Director: Daniel Wolfe
Production company: Somesuch&Co.

8 Comments

bad timing
phlooph.com
2012-03-12 14:34:52


American (Apparel) Psycho
Mark
2012-03-12 15:30:23


Gotta love Jake's face :)
Sailboat charter
2012-03-12 18:39:34


very american psycho, great video. little bit shook up, but ready to dance i guess...

clean shave or beard though? that is the question at this point.
Alex
2012-03-12 18:46:02


I don't care even if you look like a real psychopath here Jake, you're still cute. LOL. By the way, I love the level of drama here.
bookmarks
2012-03-13 06:34:37


Don't get me wrong, I would cross oceans and battle bears for a shimmy with the Gyllenhaal. But this, while it's well-made, dramatic, provocative etc, leaves me completely cold. Shock-value music videos are no longer big or clever, and throwing an A-lister in the mix doesn't make it any more impressive. #grumpygran
Fran
2012-03-13 13:13:29


Video's just a good way to bring people to the greatness of the track. One of the best of 2012 so far.
Bill
2012-03-13 14:56:49


superb track, banging video.
good work.



ps. is that Dalston Superstore at the end?
badger
2012-03-14 10:23:55


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