Taylor Swift Safe And Sound
February 15, 2012 by staff
Taylor Swift Safe And Sound, If you thought you caught a moment of the macabre in Taylor Swift’s new video for “Safe & Sound,” you’re dead right: turns out, a healthy part of the filming process took place in a historic cemetery. (Hey, “dead right”! Get it? Get it?! …Ow, stop hitting us!) And when Taylor sat down for a chat with MTV, she was quick to tell us how meaningful that graveyard scene was.
“That’s one of my favorite moments in the video,” she said. “There’s this wide shot where I’m just crumpled up, sitting on a gravestone. And it’s actually the grave site of a couple who lived, and died, in 1853.”
An odd choice for a “Hunger Games” tie in? Maybe not: the story takes place in a dystopian futureworld, but the post-apocalyptic landscape—and the lives of the people who live in it—has a distinctly Victorian feel. And for Taylor, the history of the place was a source of inspiration for a song that’s all about beginnings and endings.
“I’m such a history freak that I was sitting there thinking, What were their lives like?—and now here we are, hundreds of years later, filming a music video on their graves,” she said. “It’s really eerie, considering what the movie is about and how it deals with life and death.”
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