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Watch ‘HOME’, a powerful interactive film about climate change

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It’s a familiar environmentalist argument—we all have to live on this planet, so we might not want to completely destroy it. But newly rebranded Danish power company Ørsted is taking up that mantle in a clever new interactive film from Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam to roll out its vision for a world run entirely on green energy.
Ørsted offers hope though, as for the first time in history green energy is cheaper than black, so the idea of a world that runs entirely on green energy is now a possibility, and in the fight against climate change, the team at Ørsted are working to make it happen.

Placebo: Too Many Friends

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Are you a fan of interactive videos?

British band Placebo have released some interactive visuals for their new song, ‘Too Many Friends’, which comes from their upcoming album ‘Loud Like Love’.

Set in a not-so-distant-future version of Los Angeles, the video revolves around a 3.12 second scene in which a woman smashes a Champagne bottle over a man’s head. However, much like a Murder Mystery game, (which in this case has been given the title ‘Unfortunate Events’) all is not quite as it seems. Narrator Bret Easton Ellis takes us back through the scene in slow-motion, pointing out various other elements which could have lead to the attack.

What do you think happened?

Loud Like Love is Placebo’s 7th studio album and is due to be released on 16 September, 2013.