Dwarves Living In Oblivion

It had to happen eventually. Remember Living In Oblivion? There was a great rant in it about dwarves and dream sequences. Specifically:

Tito: Why does my character have to be a dwarf?

Nick: He doesn't have to be.

Tito: Then why is he? Is that the only way you can make this a dream, to put a dwarf in it?

Nick: No, Tito, I...

Tito: Have you ever had a dream with a dwarf in it? Do you know anyone who's had a dream with a dwarf in it? No! I don't even have dreams with dwarves in them. The only place I've seen dwarves in dreams is in stupid movies like this! "Oh make it weird, put a dwarf in it!". Everyone will go "Woah, this must be a fuckin' dream, there's a fuckin' dwarf in it!". Well I'm sick of it! You can take this dream sequence and stick it up your ass!

"How much longer," I hear you ask, "before dwarves start appearing in Bollywood dance numbers?" After all, for all intents and purposes those are interchangeable with dream sequences anyway and India is progressing so rapidly on all fronts. Well, worry no more. On the bonus materials for the DVD to D, a recent offering from Ram Gopal Varma's Factory production arm, we spotted the music video Dhokebaz replete with muscled men, vamp and, yes, this:

We've come a long way, baby.

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- November 9, 2005 11:29 PM // Bollywood , Film , Select