hide ALIVE THE MOVIE Indian Summer Special Premier Night

Review

by chi.yow, posted November 12, 2013

The night of October 12 marked the premier for the newest addition to the 2013 celebration of hide’s works and legacy, this time in the form of hide ALIVE THE MOVIE -hide Indian Summer Special Limited Edition-. The movie features uncut and previously unpublished footage from one of the major events hide organized at the end of summer 17 years ago, as well as a few doses of backstage antics. While the opening night at the TOHO cinemas in Roppongi Hills was not a packed house, the enthusiasm of those who attended the special event nevertheless created an enjoyable and fun atmosphere for a memorable experience for everyone.

Chi’s interest in visual kei stems from her love of art. The unique aesthetics in combination with the wide range of musical styles within the genre have been what has kept her interest in the visual kei scene for over a decade. The main image her friends and classmates have of her is with a camera in hand, face behind the viewfinder or screen. This image is also occasionally combined with memories of running around her to avoid getting into her panorama shots.

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