Icelandic dreamers Sigur Rós are still making videos for their Valtari Film Experiment, in which every song from their new album gets a video treatment from a different visual artist. The latest, for “Dauðalognm,” is a slow, tender, atmospheric thing, in which one man carries another man — a naked man — through a misty forest and waits by his hospital bed. There’s a ton of nudity, but I’m pretty sure no schlongs are exposed, so you should be OK watching it at work, provided you work in a suitably liberal environment. Ruslan Fedotow directs. It’s below.
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