Giant Marionette Wearing Levis Visits Iceland


In yet another "is it real or is it fake" collection of YouTube videos, a giant marionette wearing, it seems, a pair of Levis was hoisted by three helicopters over the streets of Reykjavik Iceland. The giant creature towered over buildings, peered into people's windows and wore the world's biggest pair of jeans as it "walked" down the street. Real? Fake? Who cares. It's cool.

Written by Steve Hall    Comments (4)     File: Strange, Video     Sep-27-06  
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Probably the most stunning outdoor promo you'll ever see. Just imagine the precision -- and extreme risk -- of flying the copters on meters away from one another, and from the ropes... the insurance... the permits...

I'm just in awe. Incredible...

Posted by: Matt on September 28, 2006 01:56 AM

It would be, if it wasn't fake.

Posted by: Per on September 28, 2006 07:40 AM

yeah. come on. can no one in iceland hold a camera steady? or do you just need constant movement to account for the otherwise obvious CG. i like it, but it's fake.

Posted by: _A on September 28, 2006 10:09 AM

I'm from Iceland and this isn't fake ... I was when they were doing this thing on the street with bounch of other people

Posted by: Kiddi on October 11, 2006 12:42 PM

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