follows the history of two robots on their quest to become human…
daft punk’s electroma is not a film for everyone. there is no dialogue, no daft punk’s soundtrack, and nothing sounds like interstella 5555. though the surroundings in the films look like a place on earth at any present time, the theme is so futuristic. sometimes, i wonder if daft punk were actually from the future, or outer space?
the entire film features no dialogue whatsoever, the sound you will hear is some background music and special sound effects. but i do notice that this film could brilliantly sync with their lastest studio album, human after all. i have no idea if they do it intentionally or not, the first background music in the film starts at exact time of 5.20 and the first track from their album ‘human after all’ is 5.19 minutes in length. coincidence? perhaps…
if you are daft punk’s fans, this film is definitely not to be missed.
daft punk’s electroma dvd is already released in australia. you can order it from ezydvd.
movie: daft punk’s electroma | director: thomas bangalter & guy-manuel de homem-christo | release: 2007