Video: Daft Driving

April 02, 2007





A new, real brief clip from Daft Punk's art flick Electroma was recently uploaded to the internets (and spotted by us over at Kidz By Colette). Here's what FADER ed (banger) Eric Ducker said about the movie back in F44: "In Daft Punk’s dialogue-free art film Electroma they present a bizarro version of their planet Earth personas. This tale of two robots who want to be human is markedly rural, slow, sad and often silent. Made up of long sequences of robots driving in the desert, robots walking in the desert, robots getting latex skin applied to them (in a compound in the desert) and robots feeling shame in a public bathroom, Electroma is both hilarious and genuinely touching. I actually shed a digital tear, but only because the Emotron 230 chip that my master installed enables that kind of thing."

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Video: Daft Driving