At least we still have our legs!
It's disconcerting, to say the the least, to see Rafaella (not to mention the SGs) not only out in what passes for the real world, but in what one must admit is a rather downmarket setting. I've never thought of her outside a studio, but I suppose I always assumed that if she did ever venture out, it would only have been to the Via Veneto...
It's definitely alarming that they let her outside! Thank goodness she's dressed like a whore.
Miss Carra's role as a UN ambassador, bringing cheer - and fluorescent colours - to the impoverished, is an open secret... Jx
It must have been due to all the flashes of bulging pink, but I was impressed at how good my Italian has gotten. Then I realized she was singing in Spanish. My second concern was those children. I bet at least one of them was traumatized for life after witnessing those safety gays in person.My last concern was the poor costume team who had to find those hats in those colors.
Those outfits are giving me DEVO on poppers vibes.
This makes me think of some ungodly cinematic collaboration between Alejandro Jodorowsky and Pedro Almodóvar. And there probably aren't enough drugs in the world for that!
I wouldn't have been surprised to see Lucy and Ethel standing on one of those fire escapes!Actually I'm kind of disappointed I didn't..... BrianB
I hope no one got tetanus!
I wondered where my spanish ex got his ideas about wearing women's leotards and tights out as glamour wear on club nights. Now I realise he must have been one of the child extras on this music video!
This is Buenos Aires in the 80s, in the midst of a dictatorship... I wonder how those dancers left "Caminito" (The place where this was shot)