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Category: music

05/24/14 09:57 - ID#59014

a memorable song

You've probably already heard this song: "set fire to the rain" by Adele
now a person who is very look-alike to Adele (Michelle Meredith) play a singing role in the video clip for this music, BUT there is a point!!
this video widely referred to homosexuality. It was filmed in Lansing, Michigan
about theme of this clip :
“The music video portrays a man struggling with his sexuality, while the girl in love with him fights to hold on as everything she thought she knew comes crashing down before her,” says the blurb on the video’s YouTube page. “The song speaks of a foolish love that’s so hard to let go. This theme is not uncommon, most of us have been subjected to this type of unrequited love in some way, shape, or form. Whether gay or straight, single or taken, if you have not experienced this kind of pain, consider yourself one of the lucky ones.”

see this video

but is tragic a little :(


By the way, why?

Michal Kolazkowsk is one of the cutest dancers, ^_^ I like him :-D
also he act in "Bare: A Pop Opera" that the story of it focuses on two gay high school students and their struggles at their private, Catholic boarding school.

set fire to the rain unofficial version by Michelle Meredith

Director: Andrew Vallentine
Produced by: Brianna Gardner
Michelle Meredith (Adele Look-Alike)
Selina McCale (Female Dancer)
Michal Kolazkowski (Male Dancer #1)
Michael Cleland (Male Dancer #2)
Choreography: Selina McCale
Andrew Vallentine
Michael Jordan
Chris Ford
Kris Sundberg
Edited by: Andrew Vallentine and Brianna Gardner
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