Four Tet: My Angel Rocks Back And Forth

Four Tet: My Angel Rocks Back And Forth


Reviewed by: Angus Wolfe Murray

A man in a suit moves along a railtrack. His face is expressionless. He look Japanese, inscrutable, animated. The railtrack is single and electrified. The man resembles a cardboard cut-out.

He arrives at the end of the line, where, on a TV screen, he sees himself as a live person, spewing blood down his shirt. And dying?

The images are surreal and violent. As an illustration to accompany a CD, it is difficult to find the connection.

Reviewed on: 15 Feb 2004
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A cardboard animated Japanese man sees himself, as a living person, spewing blood.

Director: Woof Wan Bau

Year: 2003

Runtime: 3 minutes

Country: UK


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