Nuit Blanche


26 Responses to “Nuit Blanche”

  1. chixon says:

    The best part of the film was when things started going exactly as I imagined they should (she broke through the glass and he got hit by the car). The worst part was when I got a sudden feeling of dread that the whole thing might turn into a diamond commercial.

  2. Fallingsakura says:


  3. Anonymous says:

    This is what happens when Superman and Wonder Woman meet up.

  4. scifijazznik says:

    This just might be the best visual conception of how my girlfriend makes me feel.

  5. misterfricative says:

    Oh my. Sex and death and defenestration. This is superb.

  6. pato pal ur says:

    Technically astounding, even though they ripped off the climax of the Rabbit in Your Headlights video.

    But did anyone else think that, given the subject of the short, this was a bit soulless and lacking human warmth?

  7. fergus1948 says:

    Beautiful. I was in a pub once in Manchester and as I walked in I saw a girl, sitting with a guy somewhat older than her, and she was so beautiful that I couldn’t breathe for quite a few seconds. I think my heart really did actually stop. I’ve never seen her like again.
    Well this video nails it (except my girl didn’t even look at me! haha.)
    I must have 600 DVDs and I’ve NEVER watched a ‘making-of’ extra, ever!

  8. holtt says:


  9. GavinD says:

    That is some amazing artistry in this short. Perhaps this is a regrettable symptom of being bombarded with advertising every minute of my waking life, but I expected to be sold some cologne at the end, with a smooth, slightly breathless voice-over, “Invulnerable: a new fragrance from Calvin Klein.”

  10. peterbruells says:

    Okay, I’m quite obviously lacking in the romanticism department – after 1:52 I lost interest and fast-forwarded to the end.

    Seriously, it has nice visuals, but I don’t see anything special about it. What is it you people see?

    (P.S. No, the slowness wasn’t the reasons for my desinterest – I’m anxiously waiting for the “live” broadcast of the as-best-as-possible-restored version of „Metropolis“ coming next Friday.)

  11. agitprop says:

    As I’m watching it I find myself preoccupied with how it was made.

  12. Grey Devil says:

    Wow, i’m really impressed with this. The concept behind this is strongly executed. It’s definitely quite emotional to watch how it plays out.

  13. holtt says:

    I ran into this CG video by Alex Roman today that made me think of this one.

    “A FULL-CG animated piece that tries to illustrate architecture art across a photographic point of view where main subjects are already-built spaces. Sometimes in an abstract way. Sometimes surreal.”

  14. Steve Schnier says:

    Beautifully done. I think the ‘making of’ takes away from the magic.

  15. Question Guy says:

    Won’t someone think of the car driver?! Call EMS!

  16. Anonymous says:

    THIS is why I love BoingBoing.

  17. Anonymous says:

    The gaffer’s name is Alan Poon. I love this film even more.

  18. anansi133 says:

    Best reason yet not to build human-shaped robots who can fall in love.

  19. AlenShapiro says:

    I *really* liked this.

    At some point my “irony department” kicked in with a caption:

    “Try not to get distracted while on Earth” – from the Super Beings Tour Guide

  20. Anonymous says:

    I reckon I’m the person in the car again…

  21. Patrick Dodds says:

    Where did he get those beautiful shoes?

  22. Chentzilla says:

    On the first take the car didn’t blow up as planned:

  23. Anonymous says:

    This is one of thee most romantic things i have ever seen.
    The power of it’s symbolism is nearly unmatched. Love can find a way through anything, conquer and overcome any obstacles. This to me is true Love lasting a lifetime making it through all of life’s ups and downs.

    As an artist, I am a huge fan of saying A LOT with a little both in lyrics/words as well as in visuals. This is just brilliant.

  24. Anonymous says:

    How… just.. how? This is incredible.

  25. Anonymous says:

    all the animation the cubists couldn’t get to. which defines the super human state in satisfying black and white

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