19.03.12 by Jeff

The Shoes / Time To Dance

The Shoes / Time To Dance music video featuring Jake Gyllenhaal
Epic 8-min music video starring Jake Gyllenhaal as a serial killer in a fencing outfit? Yes, please. I love everything Daniel Wolfe directs and this one for The Shoes is another stunner.

Watch the video below! WARNING: This one’s fairly violent!

Daniel Wolfe / Somesuch & Co


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

  • http://www.lukasricharz.com lukas

    It reminds me the movie Drive. It could be the past of the main character, no? Even the lights and the environment make me think of it… really good shot!!

  • Toby

    jeeeeez, his face from like 5:02-12 ish is perfectly terrifying. Such a good clip, had seen it being linked on facebook a little, but didn’t bother checking it out until you posted it here. Definitely worth the watch.

    Also, Lukas, it needs more 15 second silences between dialogue haha (just kidding around)

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      yea i had seen it posted a lot and didn’t watch it until last night

  • http://movementsandnonsense.com Movements and Nonsense

    This video is incredible. Unfortunately, though, I feel like most people will immediately click away when they see that a ‘music video’ is 8-minutes long.

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