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Apparat - Goodbye (Instrumental) - An old Nokia E63-cam's view of the past 2 years

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Our editor Daniel shot short video-clips with his old nokia e63 cellphone. In this arty piece with very suiting music and a touch of creepyness, you can find out what years of footage look like... and the song is also known as Gus' Theme from Breaking Bad Final Episode of Season 4.

The track is the instrumental version of "Goodbye" by Apparat. Apparat is Berlin-based musician Sascha Ring. If you don't know Apparat, you should check out the other songs on soundcloud.com soundcloud.com/apparat This Track also plays as background music in Breaking Bad's final episode "Face-Off" of Season 4.

Daniel used the Nokia e63 internal cam with it's amazing resolution of just 320x240 pixels to shoot short clips from time to time. As they might appear senseless individually they form something bigger as a whole. Two years condensed to 3:19 s. Be aware, this video has a creepyish touch, thanks to the edit and music. At the same time it's sentimental and euphoric.

Also check out Daniels other videos on vimeo: http://vimeo.com/twowheels/videos
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Sebastian

Sebastian studied Business Education and has a particularly strong interest in Serious Games and Gamification. His love for all things Tech, e.g. PCs, Internet, steadily grew since he played his first computer games, that came on a tape. Looking at things from all possible angles is equally important to him as learning something new every day.

You can try to pigeonhole him - it wouldn't work. There's always something unexpected waiting for you.

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