Dimosthenis Grivas' Quick-Shot Film is Frenetic & Powerful

 - Mar 13, 2011
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Dimosthenis Grivas dives into Konstantinos Rigos' reinvention of ‘The Nutcracker’ by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, bringing an innovative and poetic interpretation to video production. With perplexing fast-paced video scenes coupled with peaking classical music, this video is sure to blacken your perception of ballet and stimulate your dark side. Infusing video shots of a swirling ballerina with frenetic naked men, Dimosthenis Grivas takes the viewer into a whimsically riveting video experience.

As the split-second video shots pass by, the music intensifies and the scenes become ever more sexually explicit. The revolting eroticism is quite shocking but combined with Dimosthenis Grivas' video technique, it definitely innovates how video scenes are portrayed. This is the first time I’ve seen a video of this nature, and I’m guessing it will be your first time too.