Video: Nats wave goodbye to blue sky

Written By: - Date published: 2:01 pm, September 4th, 2008 - 14 comments
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Newly up from 08wire

There’s something very powerful about that music and image combination….

14 comments on “Video: Nats wave goodbye to blue sky”

  1. Dom 2

    The imagery with the white crosses is very effective. Great work.

  2. outofbed 3


  3. Matthew Pilott 4

    Expertly made video…mumble mumble… public funding..mumble mumble…directed from the 9th floor.. mumble mumble…socialist conspracy..

  4. what he’s done is take another vid that has planes turning into coffins (i recognise it from somewhere) and overlay it on the billboard, added the white searchlight lines.. it’s really a very clever piece of work

  5. Matthew Pilott 6

    Thanks SP. No such youtube at te office.

  6. Dom 7

    Ah, the fancy things that youf can do with their interweb…

  7. Draco TB 8

    (i recognise it from somewhere)

    From the movie of Pink Floyd’s The Wall, specifically Goodbye Blue Sky

  8. Paul Williams 10

    F**k, I hate Pink Floyd… and yet I’ve seen them (and Coldplay)

  9. Dancer 11

    hey Paul – do you like them a little bit better when they are used to such good effect (like this?)

  10. Phil 12

    Like MP, don’t get Youtube here either… but I imagine it’s not as good as the little dancing cossaks – for better or worse, it holds a special place in NZ’s broadcasting history, right up there with the Goodnight Kiwi.

  11. bill brown 13

    Or my favourite line on NZ TV:

    “It doesn’t give my opponents much time either.”

  12. Paul Williams 14

    hey Paul – do you like them a little bit better when they are used to such good effect (like this?)

    Yeah, yeah. I do. Clever chap that Rob.

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