Critic Consensus: Thom Yorke's eerie compositions blend perfectly with Paul Thomas Anderon's ethereal direction to form a bewitching meditation on alienation and what it means to connect.
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Anima... turns from a pensive comment on dehumanization into something approaching a silent comedy.
The most perfect visualization to date of Yorke's music, "ANIMA" finds a way to tunnel out and escape from the oppressiveness that people tend to associate with the slippery rock star.
Featuring several songs from the album, it's a striking mix of dystopian dream imagery and convulsive dance routines featuring zombified wage slaves that touches on the drudgery, competition and oppression of modern life.
This elaborate dystopian moodscape, which is without dialogue, is a cross between a pop video and an expensively upholstered film school graduation project...
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