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Tommy Trash Premieres Twisted Video For “Body Movin”

Jack Nicholson’s daughter’s own childhood Barbie dolls were hurt in the making of this video.

November 20, 2015

Today, the well-coiffed Australian producer Tommy Trash marks his return to the Fool's Gold stable with the release of a crushing three-track EP titled Luv U Giv. To accompany that project, Trash has also shared the twisted video for the thumping, '80s-inspired cut "Body Movin."

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The second installment in a trilogy of videos set to coincide with Luv U Giv's release, it is true that Jack Nicholson's daughter Lorraine's childhood Barbie dolls were hurt in the making of this video. Lorraine and Lena Greene directed the bizarro stop-animation video, which finds a mini-Tommy stuck on an island with a horde of cannibal dolls. (In the first video, he is attacked by sailors; check that out on Funny or Die.)

“There is something fun about using these childhood toys for such a subversive story," Lorraine explained in an email to The FADER, adding that: "In fact they're my own Barbies from the 90s. I am sad to see their heads sawed off.”

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Watch the video for "Body Movin" above if you dare, then head over here to cop Luv U Giv.

Tommy Trash Premieres Twisted Video For “Body Movin”