Watch: ‘What is Dead May Never Die’ Might Have Some Experimental Side Effects

By  · Published on July 9th, 2012

Why Watch? With a punchy, computer-aided sound track, this new short from Kadavre Exquis is the audio-visual equivalent of LSD. Its random images are tied together only by a vague memory of what the past thought of the future, and the result is something mildly brain-shaking.

It earns a raised eyebrow, but it’s undeniable beautiful in its exploration of 70s retro imagery.

What will it cost? Only 2 minutes.

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