GONE BEYOND (Music Video)

‘They say, beware of a man’s shadow and a bee’s sting… That life cannot vanish without reaching the destiny of fate, and two may become enemies… when their ideas are the same…. Beware he, who has gone beyond, to his God Within’

Track Gone Beyond written and performed by RM Isaiah and taken from his album, ‘The Future Is Not What It Used To Be’

GONE BEYOND

GONE BEYOND

Starring – Don-Pedro Baousman 

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GONE BEYOND

 

 

3 Comments

  1. giano

    You took us down a familiar path, yet it then opened on new and never seen before branchings.
    From the very first images, we recognize a recall to your Lover video: the same girl, the money in the bag of a mysterious man, walking along the corridors and rooms of a hotel.
    And, while you draw this fil-rouge, at the same time you invite your audience to free their imagination, and wander along the hotel, with that man. Wondering who could it be: a cold killer, a rejected lover…
    We absolutely love the way you let those few but vivid drops of paint become live matter, that can grow in the minds of your viewers, creating different pictures, going deeper and deeper.
    Your narration offers different levels of interpretation, each with a different depth.
    Then, through the eyes of your camera, we are led to follow this man, through a sort of journey to catharsis.
    We love the way you painted this journey, his first sort of purification in the shower, his long soothed inner light dimming the sight and trying to erupt from him. And then the blood perfusion, leading towards the thin doorstep to the afterlife: the blood dropping from his heart recalls the sacrifice which sustains the purification, grounding its roots on other different myths, like the Legend of the Holy Grail.
    The recall to Anubis, and the pervasive hints to Egyptian mythology of the Book of Dead, with The Weighing of the Heart ceremony, and the backwards scene, when the tattooed Horus eye seems to pump back the shed blood – life sprouting from death – are very powerful and suggestive!
    We walk with this man on the thin line that separates evil from good, life from death, never sharply divided, but continuoulsy flowing through each other.
    Even though, looking at the final, gentle scene of white feathers falling, we can imagine that his journey will end up in the bliss of the Fields of Hetep and Iaru, as the light floods the room.

    1. David V Barron

      Thank you so much for this wonderful comment – I am always grateful and totally humbled by your ability to gaze into my art, to so thoroughly, clearly and comprehensively study it for critique and always GET it. More than GET it. Its the highest compliment that I could receive and I thank you from the bottom of my heart. You know, the heart as light as a feather !? LOL Truly, thank you !

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