In this music video for Radiohead's new single, singer Thom Yorke traverses a shifting landscape of hall-ways, houses, department stores and mountains in search of an unknown destination. Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.
A collection of alternate takes and deleted material from the Paul Thomas Anderson film Punch-Drunk Love (2002) are compiled and matched with the Jon Brion song "Here We Go" in this ... See full summary »
Paul Thomas Anderson
Singer Fiona Apple and filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson were a couple in the 1990s and they made several music videos together. In 2013, 15 years after their relationship, they reunited for another work. Unfortunately, I must say, as much as I love Anderson as a director, these music videos of his do not appeal to me very much. Apple's voice isn't bad, but also not really memorable, nor are the lyrics or contents of her song "Hot Knife". And it's not as catchy as it tries to be. In terms of style, this is probably more simplistic than their other works as, in this one, we only see Apple most of the time from start to finish during these 4 minutes. All in all, I found this slightly underwhelming. Not recommended.
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