Nancy Sinatra videoclip: Bang Bang

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This is the interesting interpretation of Nancy Sinatra in a "low key" of Bang Bang, the great success of Cher, a song well-known in Italy for the covers by the Equipe 84 and I Corvi. The version of Nancy Sinatra was selected by director Quentin Tarantino for the soundtrack of his film Kill Bill. The original video of the 60s is also very static and restrained, and the aim is to create a suspended atmosphere.

A selection of still images from the video clip, which sees Nancy dressed in pink, of course, she wears the inevitable boots, almost always sitting on a platform, which is also decorated with geometric motifs on pink colour, elegantly styled as Paolina Borghese in the famous Canova's sculpture,

 

I was five
and you were six
 

We rode on horses
made of sticks 

I wore black
you wore white
You would always
win the fight

Bang bang
you shot me down

 

Bang bang
I hit the ground

Bang bang
that awful sound
Bang bang
my baby shot me down

Seasons came and
changed the time 


 

I grew up
I called you mine
You would always
laugh and say

Remember when
we used to play

Bang bang
you shot me down

 

Bang bang
I hit the ground

Bang bang
that awful sound
Bang bang
my baby shot me down

Music played and people sang
Just for me the church bells rang
Hey! Hey!

Now he's gone I don't know why
Sometimes I cry
You didn't say goodbye
You didn't take the time to lie

Bang bang he shot me down
Bang bang I hit the ground
Bang bang that awful sound
Bang bang my baby shot me down

 

 

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