8 1/2 Mile

My roommate turned me on to this video after I told him how much I loved 8 1/2, and I have to say, this is one ingenious piece of mashup art.  It’s a trailer that features the music from 8 Mile, starring Eminem and footage from Federico Fellini’s 8 1/2.  It really captures the similarities between the two films, however culturally different and anachronistic they may be relative to each other.  I’d have to say it’s really only worth watching if you’ve seen 8 1/2, but I’m sure that the mind-blowing juxtaposition can be appreciated by everyone.  See for yourself.

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5 Responses to “8 1/2 Mile”

  1. erin Says:

    AGREED!… for about the hour and fifteen odd minutes i remained awake.

  2. cvaix Says:

    It is also worth pointing out that the two films are not just culturally and chronologically different. One is a masterpiece of modern film-making and the other is a piece of crap starring Eminem…

  3. Bert Says:

    Just wanted to say great posts overall – a nice, creative chance of pace from dry business school content! Rock your senior year!

  4. Bert Says:

    er… change of pace

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