Teletubbies in Black and White, Set to Joy Division

I find this comforting, like a Bergman movie.

[via Mashable. Much love to Nathan for this.]

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17 Responses

  1. genius. thank-you

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  2. That should have been a dream sequence in Donnie Darko

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    • Genius!! Yes, that would have fit so well. And possibly even improved on a great work.

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  3. why am i teary? my baby who loved the teletubbies is 17 now and prefers the music…

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  4. I just love this…

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  5. What the fuck

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  6. This is perfect.

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  7. Reblogged this on Mash-Up Mondays and commented:
    Haunting version of the Teletubbies with Joy Division soundtracking black and white clips. We didn’t have a colour TV until I was about eleven yet seem to remember the shows from the late seventies and early eighties never looked this gloomy

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  8. Beautiful emptiness for the discerning toddler.

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  9. Fantastic!!

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  10. Reblogged this on Elements Hyperlocal Journalism Photo-blog and commented:
    Love JOY

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  11. GREAT Imagination//Ideas Congrats, reblogged this

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  12. Oddly puts me in mind of the New Order ‘True Faith’ video. Wonderful.

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  13. I couldn’t stop watching…over and over and over–somebody stop me!

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  14. play it to this song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ewQiU3q5jM

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  15. I can’t stop watching it either! It is like a 20th century tone poem about longing. There is a very authentic vision here. Who would have thought Teletubbies could be so representative of our desire for metaphysical connection?

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  16. Reblogged this on SubVerse Aphrodesia and commented:
    This makes me so happy!

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