A love story between Nuer and Porsche. Nuer is the son of an elephant camp owner, while Porsche is studying law. They are close friends to each other plus living in the same dormitory, but both of them are having trouble to admit their feelings towards each other.
Runtime: 80 minutes
Grey Rainbow - The Birthday Massacre - Netflix
The Birthday Massacre (abbreviated TBM) is a Canadian band, formed in 1999 in London, Ontario, and currently based in Toronto, Ontario. The current lineup consists of lead vocalist Chibi, rhythm guitarist Rainbow, lead guitarist Falcore, drummer Rhim, keyboardist Owen, and bassist Nate Manor. When the band formed in 1999, they were known as Imagica. This name was inspired from the fantasy novel Imajica (1991) by Clive Barker. In 2002, they changed the name to The Birthday Massacre after one of their earlier songs in order to avoid confusion with another group. The song “The Birthday Massacre” was then renamed to “Happy Birthday”. According to their vocalist Chibi: “it kind of works well for the music that we're making. Sort of contrasty, you know? Birthday, and massacre. Light, and dark. Cute, and evil”. TBM have released seven studio albums: Nothing and Nowhere (2002), Violet (2005), Walking With Strangers (2007), Pins and Needles (2010), Hide and Seek (2012), Superstition (2014) and Under Your Spell (2017) They also issued the DVD Blue (2005), the live album/DVD Show and Tell (2009), the demo album Imagica, and the EPs Violet (2004), Looking Glass (2008), Imaginary Monsters (2011).
Grey Rainbow - Internet presence - Netflix
The Birthday Massacre have utilized the Internet throughout their career and are an example of a musical group that has evolved alongside file sharing, and advancements in audio streaming capabilities. Initially, the band distributed their music for free, using music sharing software Napster, in addition to sharing their music on MP3.com and their official websites. The band was active in updating their websites regularly, interacting with fans on their forum, and offering their site in multiple languages like French, German and Japanese. Early on the band encouraged fans to create their own content, and consequently the band saw a surge in fan-created content, which they organized on a webring called Violetprison.com, posting in 2003; “We want our fans to contribute and be involved so rather than telling newcomers who we are, we would rather our fans tell you.” In 2006. a Chicago-based Birthday Massacre street team put out a concert film from their US tour. It was shot in secret as a present to congratulate the band for completing a full tour of the United States. After a trailer for the film sparked Internet interest, the band's management agreed to allow the entire film's release. Called The Birthday Massacre Bootleg, it was re-released in high definition with 5.1 surround in January 2015. The band returned thanks to the producers in the liner notes of Walking with Strangers. When asked about how the band uses the Internet, Rainbow said in a 2009 interview: “It's also a way to you know, not just present the music, but make an environment, a visual environment around the music, which was something we were really interested in.” When asked about File sharing, Chibi said in a 2010 interview: “It's like the best friend of a band when you're starting up... But then, it's like the worst enemy... The Internet can take you so far.” Falcore says in a 2010 interview: “Once it's released people start downloading for free and not paying for it, you know, it hurts the artist.” The band has remained popular for over a decade despite receiving very little mainstream press or radio play, referring to themselves as the “Black sheep” of the Canadian music scene.
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