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

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



  • 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)

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

  • 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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