This film is a music video for the band Organic Beer’s new album TCR (Trans-Continental Railway), which is intended exclusively for screening in cinemas. Trans-Siberian Railway was built and partially operated in 1897. If the cinema is still machinery and apparatus, our bodies can go further away through it.
“I write that there is music like this. Yes, there is this kind of music in the world.” According to a review of popular music expert Seo Jungmin-gap, it seems that the Korean pop music industry was shocked when the rock band Organicbeer's album Trans-Continental-Railway was released last year. This is because the album, which lasts 51 minutes and 35 seconds, was divided into two songs, “Part 1” and “Part 2,” and consisted of instrumental performances without a single lyric. This music video "only for screening in the theater" was directed by director Jung Jae-hoon. Considering his previous work Hosu-gil (2009), which depicts a town being demolished without a line of dialogue, we can understand the format and style of the music video. For some, this film could be as embarrassing as the album of the same name, but it gives us room to understand as the flow repeatedly becomes calm and intense depending on the psychedelic sound. If you are an audience with both ears and eyes open, you may also experience riding the trans-continental train in the title. (MOON Seok)
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