And so the sixth and final teaser preview for 30 Seconds to Mars’ upcoming short film “Hurricane” has hit the Web, and we have it for you right here in all its unsavory and unsettling glory. Are you ready to meet Rosewood?
All six of the introductory clips have been just a few seconds in length but provide a good idea of the type of film we can expect from director Bartholomew Cubbins (aka Jared Leto’s alias). The roughly 20-minute long “Hurricane”, titled after the track of the same name from the band’s latest album release, This Is War, will be, as frontman Leto describes it, a “meditation on the violence of sex and the sex of violence. The video is a surrealistic dream, nightmare, fantasy through the streets of New York City at night where the people and places that are normally reserved for the darker recesses of this town are kind of brought into the light and celebrated. It’s like a big, giant art opening really where the freaks have taken over the town.”
Check out “Introducing Rosewood” below (along with “Tomo”, “The Gimps”, “Shannon”, “Telephone”, “Jared”, and the original teaser). Look for “Hurricane” in its entirety soon!
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