Secret Project Revolution (2013)
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This 17-minute black-and-white film, with Madonna's off-camera commentary led throughout, consists of a multi-layered narrative dealing with artistic freedom and human rights.
This is projected against a voice-over consisting of excerpts from Madonna's onstage speech at the Olympia in Paris, during The MDNA Tour in July 2012. The speech reflected on the economic situation in the world at that time, explaining that fear is the source of intolerance. The film shows a pantomime, with the tour dancers sitting and standing still in a room, while Madonna enters holding a gun, which represents branding, and starts shooting them. The section ends with a quote from Jean-Luc Godard, saying "All you need for a movie is a gun and a girl", displayed across the screen.
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