Brodka, "W pięciu smakach" (Kijek/Adamski)

Que algo venga de Polonia siempre es pintoresco, aunque en la era de la globalización tampoco es tan difícil, y más si los responsables son un dúo de directores (Katarzyna Kijek y Przemyslaw Adamski) cuyos planteamientos narrativos no han dejado de sorprender desde el videoclip para Oi Va Voi, "Everytime". Tras el mencionado "Everytime", le siguió el lumínico "Grand Central" y ahora parecen haber dejado de lado la concepción artesanal de sus obras para centrarse en las posibilidades oníricas del montaje con este "W pięciu smakach". Los directores hablan del vídeo musical en su perfil de vimeo:

"Whole concept of the video bases on specificity of the place that have just disappeared from the map of Warsaw yelding to new archictectural structures.

So called "Fair Europe" was a hudge market filled with hundreds of self made stalls hiding mostly cheap clothing. This area was also famous for tiny bars dishing Vietnamese cousine (since there was large population of Vietnemese immigrants working at the market).

Brodka's song is about a peculiar custom that was alive until the very last days of market's existence. People frequented Vietnamese bars hidden in the labyrinth of looking alike lanes to finish all night party with the famous pho soup. The video shows this habit twisted by imperfect memory of the place already being mythologized".

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