eruthros: Aang from Avatar: TLA looking cranky (Avatar - cranky aang)
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Title: Field Work (Imperial March)
Fandom: Indiana Jones films
Song: The Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme) by John Williams and the London Symphony Orchestra
Length: 3:06
Contains: Mild gore, hanging, desecration of the dead, systemic racism, institutional violence, white actors playing characters of color.
Summary: It belongs in a museum.

Download 1080p: Field Work (Imperial March) mp4, 217 MB, 1920x800
Download 720p: Field Work (Imperial March) mp4, 104 MB, 1152x480
Subtitles: Field Work subtitles (these are only for the dialogue, since the song is an instrumental)

Notes: I made this vid for [personal profile] thingswithwings's playlist "Colonization and its Discontents" for the [community profile] wiscon_vidparty this year. This is a vid I'd been talking about making for a while, and I have a lot of feelings about it, which I might put in another post when I haven't been in a car for 13 hours.

Streaming version:

Date: 2017-06-04 07:53 pm (UTC)
streussal: Frank Pembleton, eyes looking upward (hlots - pembleton- we speak for the dead)
From: [personal profile] streussal
Fuuuuuuck. Okay:

The way you've cut him repeatedly using the dead as tools is so upsetting. And then pocketing shit that does not belong to him ugh.

Him smugly writing FACT on the chalkboard is just the ultimate in western empiricism.

The military presence with the American flag and nuclear bomb oh my god. The shots of the dead and him receiving accolades holy shit!!

Also using the Star Wars villain music is such a brilliant move.

Date: 2017-06-05 03:34 pm (UTC)
brainwane: My smiling face, including a small gold bindi (Default)
From: [personal profile] brainwane
Seconding all of this. Plus the white kids' faces adoringly looking at him. And the lovely little quote at the end.


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