07.12.12 by Jeff

M83 “Wait”

M83 Wait music video
The word epic should be reserved for videos like this. Watch below!

Directed by Fleur & Manu

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



  • the falling sequence is incredible

    • Steven

      i agree. that’s when this video changed categories for me. just unreal.

  • Marc Funaro

    totally chill.. AND gives me chills. double chill.

  • So, Kubrick’s 2001, Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke… Any others I missed?

    • ya those two for sure

      • ernst jäger

        i had to think of meikyu monogatari, when the boys nose started to bleed.

  • BrianOman

    Woah.

  • Vondelger

    The whole trilogy is amazing. New school.

  • Alex.I

    whoa! ˚__˚ one of best music videos i’ve seen this year!!! beautiful stuff!

  • sebli

    What is so epic about it? a boy sees people knocking eachother off so he goes guru and he becomes best friends with a polarfox. Another guy falls down from the sky. I think I’ve seen more epic.

  • Corey Zeimen




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