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SPOILER ALERT if you haven't seen the movie...just saying. Thomas of DP has said that this film and Paul Williams' work in it influenced them very much growing up, I think it's wild that they did this. I'm sorry, but I don't think anyone can deny they did this on purpose. Sorry if you don't know what's going on in the movie, but I muted the film once it and the music started clashing. If you want to know what's going on, go get the movie. If you're a Daft Punk fan, it's really cool seeing all the parallels between this film and what they've done over the years.
Oh, and sorry the dimensions got a little messed up, this is my first time doing this sort of thing.
Enjoy, and thanks for watching. Please make sure to support the artists.
The Pirate of Love is an animated documentary about an outsider musician, Daniel C.
A CD filled with love songs was circulating in my hometown Reykjavik, Iceland. The story goes that it was stolen from a man by the name of Daniel C, out of his locker by four co-workers who liked the music and made copies for themselves. Nobody really knows who he is. This is an oral history that follows one mans soulful songs of love, pride and loneliness.
On May 13th 2013 I recieved a message about Daniel C´s whereabouts.
The Pirate of Love Vol. II is in the making.
The Pirate of Love was nominated for Student Academy Awards 2013 -Alternative
Reykjavik International Film Festival
AFI Film FEST L.A
Thin Line Texas
New Directors / New Films MoMA & Lincoln Center
Fest ANCA slovakia
Short not Pants
The Flatpack Festival -Honorable mention
1 Reel Film Festival