21.06.10 by Jeff

Remake of 1982 World Cup

In honour of the World Cup, I present you with the greatest video on the entire internet! “Refait” is a remake of the 1982 World Cup match between France and Germany. Every detail of the fifteen last minutes of the match was painstakingly reconstructed by Pied La Biche. The sheer pointlessness of it all is hilarious. Enjoy.

Refait Remake of 1982 football World Cup France Germany

Watch the video below!














Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • shots like the one at 1:15 with all the people passing through the frame are so well done

  • connie

    it must be a french thing.
    P&P, a french blog run by two guys, recently did a hilarious remake of fashion blogger garance doré’s “a month in fashion” video.

    you really need to watch them separately, at the same time, then separately again, to see all of the hilarious substitutions. (they use a banana to replace a new york taxi cab)

    http://p-et-p.blogspot.com/

    scroll down and you’ll see stills from the parody, scroll down further and you’ll see the videos.

    • hhahaha wow that is amazing

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  • it’s great, had they done this with footage of unsuspecting strangers, would’ve been more entertaining for me. = )

  • Jen

    “the sheer pointlessness of it all is hilarious” – so true. Thanks for a great laugh!

  • Taumpy Tearrs

    pause at 8:04- amazing shot.

  • lapetitefaon

    very cool video but my two least favorite teams! Argentina ole ole ole ole ola!

    • argentina is going to be tough to beat!

  • Kieran Shepherd

    6.01 cracks me up, awesome!

  • Pana

    Estoy estupefacto! Qué bueeeeeeno. Amazing work.





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