The title track from the Beck-produced EP Gainsbourg released this summer. It’s an electro-punk dance number that features an army of Gainsbourg clones dancing it out in a parking lot. Good one.
Lars Von Trier’s apocalyptic sci-fi drama starring Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Gainsbourg makes for one of the most fascinating movie experiences of the year.
This weekend brings us Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar, Lars Von Trier’s Melancholia, Tarsem Singh’s Immortals and Darren Lynn Bousman’s rather appropriately titled 11-11-11.
Director Lars von Trier is back to torture us, and this time it’s sort of sci-fi. Two sisters (Gainsbourg and Dunst) find their already strained relationship even more challenged as a mysterious new planet threatens to collide into the Earth.
French chanteuse Charlotte Gainsbourg dropped her latest album this week, inspired in part by her work on Lars von Trier’s harrowing Antichrist, so I thought I’d share the first single, Heaven Can Wait.
An interesting week for music releases, as there’s no mass-market dross dropping, leaving nothing but interesting records for me to talk about. Thus, a bad week for jokes but a good week for ears. Let’s pop on the headphones and listen…
Check out this awesome video by Keith Schofield for dreamy French chanteuse Charlotte Gainsbourg. Some seriously amazing moments going on here.