Arcade Fire & Spike Jonze – Scenes From The Suburbs

SCENES FROM THE SUBURBS
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After months of speculation, we can finally watch Spike Jonze’s (Where The Wild Things Are, Adaption.) thirty-minute short film inspired by Arcade Fire’s GRAMMY-winning, critically and commercially acclaimed smash, The Suburbs, Scenes From The Suburbs.

The film originally premiered at this year’s Berlin International Film Festival and is set to arrive at stores along with the rest of the “deluxe edition” of The Suburbs in August. You don’t have to wait until then to watch Scenes, though. Watch it in full below, courtesy of MUBI (a service that comes highly recommended by all of my film buff friends):

Arcade Fire – “City With No Children” from The Suburbs

Note: Not yet available to readers in the US. The film’s trailer will be streamed instead.

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