xeni at April 11th, 2014 09:40 — #1
franko at April 11th, 2014 11:36 — #2
where to begin indeed. the mix of languages really made it hard for me to follow, but aside from that, i was really wanting to know the setup to this number. why was he going in, who was he looking for/hiding from, etc etc. all in all, this is a hilarious start to my friday. thanks, xeni!
chgoliz at April 11th, 2014 12:18 — #3
Since I seem to be on a roll here at BB about men's fashion....what's with the belt on a yoga outfit? Masculinity FTW, amirite?
This clip is an excellent reminder that producing >1 movie/day (India has the most prolific film production in the world) means a lot of what gets put out isn't so great.
At least this was 1983, not 2013.
digitalartform at April 11th, 2014 12:31 — #4
A little bit of Y-M-C-A thrown in.
marcussioux at April 11th, 2014 12:50 — #5
From Kraftwerk's "Das Model." I nominate Kraftwerk for the most ripped-off band of all time.
nscafe at April 11th, 2014 13:17 — #6
A nice example of 1980s globish culture blooming. I think that should be my new morning routine. "We are the [complex chemical robots]".
boundegar at April 11th, 2014 15:01 — #7
I'm pretty sure the speech was dubbed, which is never good. But they couldn't dub the song, so it's Babel.
franko at April 11th, 2014 15:19 — #8
no, i knew that. but just their accents combined with the switching between dubbed and not made it too much for my morning, pre-coffee brain to process.
bob_shaw at April 11th, 2014 18:34 — #9
Benny Hill would have been in his element...
...is Benny Hill big in India? Hmmmm...
chentzilla at April 13th, 2014 21:00 — #10
India was a British colony, so they really have much English infused in their modern language. Heard some Indian girls at a playground, their speech was really 80% English with funny accent (and our country isn't even English-speaking).
xeni at April 16th, 2014 09:40 — #11
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