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Thursday, May 9, 2013

David Bowie's explicit video The Next Day, starring Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard, banned from YouTube after just two hours

By LOUISE SAUNDERS

All-star cast: David Bowie's latest video for new track The Next Day stars Marion Cotillard and Gary Oldman

He's never been afraid to shock when it comes to his previous work in the music industry.
But David Bowie's latest video for upcoming track, The Next Day, could be set to become one of his most controversial pieces to date.
And it seems the video has already sent shock-waves throughout his fans as YouTube took the explicit video down within a few hours, saying it 'violated its terms of service'.



Controversial: The shocking new video sees Cotillard take on the role of a prostitute, while Oldman portrays a priest

Premiering the montage on his Vevo page, the video sees Bowie depicted as Christ, while Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard takes on the role of a prostitute suffering from stigmata.
In rather unholy scenes some fans have hit out that Bowie is using the graphic images to mock religion.
The pair are joined by the legendary musician's long-time pal, actor Gary Oldman, who is seen as a preying priest.

Controversial: The video for The Next Day was conceived by Bowie himself and looks set to shock with its running theme of religious iconography

Classic beauty: Cotillard, dressed in just a skimpy black basque, positively smoulders as she sips a cocktail at the bar

Directed by acclaimed photographer and filmmaker Floria Sigismondi, who was at the helm of Justin Timberlake's recent Mirrors and Bowie's The Stars (Are Out Tonight), the video was conceived by the singer himself and looks set to shock with its theme of religious iconography.
Set in what appears to be a cross between a church and a brothel, the video opens with a fight between a man and a woman as Bowie, depicted as a Christ-like figure in a flowing Biblical-inspired smock, leads a veiled girl into the bar.

Her latest role: The Oscar-winning actress catches the eye of Oldman's character, who sniffs around her as she sits at the bar

Holier than thou: Oldman looks on as Cotillard's character performs a series of seductive dance moves

The musician then begins performing in the corner as a man practises self-flagellation, whipping himself on the back as he covers himself in blood.
Various religious figures are seen drinking at the bar, while a nun prays quietly and a cardinal hands out cash to a number of scantily-clad dancers.
Cotillard, dressed in just a skimpy black basque, positively smoulders as she sips a cocktail at the bar alongside a plethora of characters, including everyone from priests to crying brides as a plate of gruesome eyeballs are served up.

Chaos: The scene transforms into chaos as a religious character hands out cash to a number of scantily-clad dancers

Scantily-clad: A cardinal is seen handing out cash to an androgynous-looking bride

Dramatic scenes: Cotillard drops to the floor as blood splays out of her hands while suffering from a case of stigmata

Music legend: Bowie is targeted by Oldman's character, who claims the downfall of the prostitute is his fault

Emotional: Calm is eventually restored when Cotillard's character is seemingly reborn, looking fresh-faced and innocent as she weeps silently while wearing a floral garland



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