Actress Kirsten Dunst sings Turning Japanese (The Vapors) while she is in Japan as a colorful and magical Japanese girl with extraordinary wigs, wearing very short skirts and long stalkings.
Now I can die in peace, my life is more than full. I don’t even remember if she was an actress or if Kirsten was part of an arachnid movie. This is her true vocation. This is just amazing.
This video clip was created for the event Pop Life: Art in a Material World, Tate Modern, London
Place: Akihabara streets.
Director: McG (Terminator Salvation, Charlie’s Angels)
Producer: Takashi Murakami (pop artist)
I’ve got your picture of me and you. You wrote “I love you” I wrote “me too”
I sit there staring and there’s nothing else to do. Oh it’s in color Your hair is brown
Your eyes are hazel And soft as clouds. I often kiss you when there’s no one else around…
Making-Off: Kirsten Dunst Akihabara Majokko Princess
Scenes in Akihabara Tokio: In the minute 0:21 we can see how the director hast to move Kirsten and one dancer that started to dance improperly behind her, but it wasn’t to defend her or protect her, the director moved Kirsten so that the others dancers will do the same
This is a very active group of dancers. At the end only 3 scenes of 3 seconds were used from this footage.
Kirsten Dunst photos of her cosplay as Akihabara Majokko Princess
Short Film cover:
Post author: Daniel Semper