Loading...

Destroyer - Savage Night at the Opera

186,644 views

Loading...

Loading...

Loading...

Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Sep 2, 2011

An homage to the Claude Lelouch short "C'était un rendez-vous".
Official video for "Savage Night at the Opera" by Destroyer, taken from the album Kaputt, out now on Merge Records.
Vinyl / CD: http://www.mergerecords.com/kaputt
Download: http://apple.co/1YzNZOz
Stream: http://spoti.fi/1XklVA3

Director, DP, Editor: David Galloway
Production Company: Border Patrol Films
Executive Producer: David Galloway
Producer: Lisa Wayne
Stunts: Michelle Pezel

Comments • 110

Vale Er
Which city is this??
View all 3 replies
Hide replies
Steffen Phareau
Bunny's snap anyone? 😂❤
View all 2 replies
Hide replies
Marcus Backman
Snow Patrol weren't "inspired" by the film, they just used the original footage as overlay footage for their track. Destroyer, on the other hand, created something new while paying homage to Lelouch's short.
Daniel Hussey
That original film was kind of a hoax. He supposedly used his Mercedes and later dubbed the sounds of a Ferrari 275GTB (which is now a $3 million car) as the soundtrack. Great re-creation. What city is that? Vancouver?
View reply
Hide replies
Matteo Russo
bududum dum bododudum
Harrison C
This is a knock off of an old film of a guy racing his car through paris and meeting a woman
Scott Hall
I freaking love Vancouver, I freaking love Destroyer. Thus this video is one of my favorites.
Rory Biller
@GrowMasterGeneral with banana's green means hold on, yellow means go ahead and red means where the fuck did you get your banana at...
SJ
Destroyer's music videos are even better than his music.
Christian Berges
I hope the person driving the bike gets crashed into and then learns to respect a red light...
Advertisement
When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

Up next


to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...