The Vivid director Kevin Smith has given an exclusive interview to the website MTV News where he talks about the film’s theme song and what the director is up to as a director.
The music video for “The Vertigos” by Black Sabbath’s frontman Ian Mills features Smith performing with the band and he is also seen as the man behind the music video.
Smith says the song is about the relationship between the black community and white supremacy.
He says he wanted to capture a sense of hope and optimism that black people are still alive and are doing something positive.
“I think that’s something that I’ve been wanting to do and that’s what I wanted to do with this song,” Smith told MTV News.
“People who are on the left have always thought it’s a racist movie. “
I think people who are in the right are very critical of it. “
People who are on the left have always thought it’s a racist movie.
I think people who are in the right are very critical of it.
I was a little bit surprised to see how positive the reaction to this song was, but you know, you’re not going to get much of that from a Hollywood movie.”
Watch Smith’s interview below.
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