Haunting Video Shows the Power of Light

The way the light dances on her face is mesmerizing.

In this amazing video directed by Nacho Guzman, he uses a model’s face like a blank canvas to show the power of light. As the light changes hues and angles your perception of the model completely changes. It’s a cool reminder of how outside forces can drastically alter our perceptions of people and events.

Bathed in white light, the model looks maternal and inviting.

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The blue light creates feelings of loneliness and isolation.

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The red light makes it look like the model is in serious danger.

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Here’s more of the video, originally intended to promote a single from from the French duo Opale’s first album, appropriately titled, “L’Incandescent.”

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Prager used the discussion to make the point that people are allowed to use anti-Jewish slurs but cannot use the N-word because "the Left" controls American culture.

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