The 30 Seconds to Mars Short Film: Hurricane
Tell me would you kill to save a life?
Tell me would you kill to prove you’re right?
Crash, crash, burn let it all burn,
This hurricane chasing us all underground.
Hurricane is the new thirteen-minute short film directed by Bartholomew Cubbins, a music video produced for Jared Leto and 30 Seconds to Mars. Initially a 20-minute promo video, censors demanded that certain parts portraying sex and violence, which they deemed too explicit for air play, be cut from the film. While frontman and movie actor Jared Leto admits that the film portrays both sex and violence, he describes it as an artistic statement, “a meditation on the violence of sex and the sex of violence.” He continues, “It’s a surrealistic dream, nightmare and fantasy in the streets of New York at night. People and places normally reserved for the darker recesses of town are brought into the light and celebrated.”
The 30 Seconds to Mars Short Film: Hurricane-Director’s Cut (Uncensored Version)
An HD Directors Cut Version of the Thirty Seconds to Mars Short Film: Hurricane (Uncensored) can also be viewed here.
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