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  • ♪ (dramatic chord) ♪

  • ♪ (dramatic chord) ♪

  • ♪ (dramatic chord) ♪

  • - Oh, Japanese shit. Yes.

  • - We got some kind of anime?

  • - It's another anime thing that's gonna blow my mind.

  • - This is gonna get weird. I already know it.

  • - Aw, she's lonely.

  • - I'm already invested.

  • - Her DMs are not poppin'.

  • ♪ (calm electronic music) ♪

  • - This is becoming a music video.

  • - Wait, is this the music video to "Shelter,"

  • or is this fan-made? 'Cause I love the song.

  • ♪ (beats pick up) ♪ - Ooh, this looks fun.

  • - Animation's dope.

  • - This is dope.

  • - She's doing some Photoshop on her tablet.

  • And it's... it's turning into Minecraft.

  • - She's, uh, creating her own world.

  • - So she's creating a world around her.

  • - ♪ ...trust in me

  • ♪ I'll give them shelter, like you've done for me

  • And I know... ♪ - Wow, this is gorgeous.

  • - ♪ ...alone ♪ - This is so pretty!

  • - ♪ Until you're gone ♪ - Hmm.

  • ♪ (electronic chorus resumes) ♪

  • - She's having flashbacks. I'm concerned.

  • - This is so cute but sad.

  • - Very upbeat song but kinda sad.

  • - ♪ It's a long way forward

  • - You can't have technology in the bathtub like that.

  • It's dangerous.

  • - With her art, she is able to escape to these incredible worlds

  • where marshmallows are impaled on trees.

  • - ♪ You'll be watching over us

  • Until you're gone ♪ - Is she dead or something?

  • Like, what's going on?

  • - Mm, still no messages.

  • - Someone text her. Please.

  • ♪ (music swells again) ♪

  • - ♪ (vocalizing along) ♪

  • - Oh, now it's creepy. That's her dad?

  • - Her dad's kinda hot.

  • - Is she flashing back to her younger self?

  • - "Current conditions in Tokyo"?

  • - She's dead, isn't she?

  • No, she's not dead.

  • - Aw.

  • - Aw.

  • - ♪ Oh, it's a long way forward ♪ - Her dad's dead.

  • - ♪ Trust in me

  • ♪ I'll give them shelter, like you've done for me

  • And I know... ♪ - Are we about to get apocalyptic?

  • - ♪ You'll be watching over us ♪ - Yep.

  • - ♪ Until... ♪ - He's gonna send her off so she can live.

  • - So the apocalypse happened, but her dad cared about her

  • and provided her with shelter.

  • ♪ (music calms, somber tone) ♪ - This is sad.

  • Could somebody hug her? No.

  • Oh wait, she has a message now?

  • - (gasps) A message.

  • - Oh, she has a message.

  • - Who sent her the message?

  • 'Cause he was like, Earth was destroyed.

  • - Aw.

  • - Don't lose hope, boo. I'll DM you.

  • - Her tablet memories make her stronger. She doesn't feel alone.

  • - Outer space. Alternate reality?

  • - Who the [bleep] is this?

  • - Wait. Wait, what?

  • - She's still in space.

  • - So she's on the spaceship, just thinking about all that stuff.

  • - Wait, was it all a simulation? Is it all a lie?

  • - I'm confused. I'm not 100% sure what happened.

  • But there's some sort of father-daughter relationship

  • that is in digital turmoil.

  • There's lots of questions.

  • ♪ (dramatic chord) ♪

  • - (FBE) What are your overall thoughts about the video?

  • - Gorgeous and beautiful and just what I needed. Thank you.

  • - It's a nice song, dope visuals.

  • - Dope video. Dope song.

  • - I thought it was cool. I would've thought it was even cooler

  • if I knew what was going on.

  • - It was cool. It was thought-provoking.

  • - I got to just say,

  • like I always say when I see these anime videos,

  • just not my thing, man.

  • I mean, I only watch them when I'm reacting to them on this show.

  • - It's really interesting.

  • It's one of those things where you understand it--

  • or at least I understood it enough

  • that I kept paying attention to try and figure it out completely.

  • There's this weird beauty to it, but it is so confusing.

  • - (FBE) So this was a music video for a song

  • by the American and French DJs Porter Robinson and Madeon.

  • It got over 6 million views in less than a month.

  • - Wow.

  • - (FBE) Much of the popularity

  • comes from a lot of people sharing it

  • and talking about the meaning behind the story here.

  • So can you describe what you think the story is?

  • - Well, it looks like there was some apocalyptic collision

  • between Earth and some other celestial body.

  • And a dad took it into his own hands

  • to build some sort of spaceship-type deal

  • to put his daughter on, a.k.a. the shelter.

  • - He designed the shuttle that took him to the planet,

  • and he left her.

  • - A dad seeing that the end of the world is happening.

  • And so to protect his daughter, he uploads all of her memories

  • and files and life and stuff into some sort of apparatus device

  • and then puts her body in a spaceship.

  • - Now she's got this weird digital existence,

  • but she has memories of being with him in the real world.

  • - And we see this whole movement,

  • this whole moment that we think is her remembering it.

  • But then at the end, we kinda get that little twist,

  • where it's like, "Oh, maybe she's just in stasis

  • in the middle of nowhere,

  • and this is her mind thinking what's happening."

  • But it's not. It's not real. She's just all alone.

  • - (FBE) So, many people have said they believe the girl

  • starts remembering events that occurred in a time

  • before being in the simulation,

  • when the world was about to be destroyed.

  • And her father built a pod to send her into space,

  • where she could live in the simulated world.

  • - Yeah. Oh, okay. So she has this world all to herself.

  • - (FBE) Her memories of her and her father make her lonely.

  • But then in the end, these memories give her strength

  • to move forward. - That's beautiful.

  • - (FBE) What do you think this video is trying to say?

  • - I mean, I think the overarching message,

  • no matter what happened,

  • people die or people leave. And you can have these memories.

  • And they can either really make you sad,

  • or you can use them for strength.

  • - Life is super unpredictable.

  • You never know when tragedy might strike

  • or something bad might happen.

  • But that doesn't mean you shouldn't

  • be hopeful towards the future.

  • - You might have some tough times, and memories might hit hard.

  • But it's good to reflect but maybe not dwell,

  • and it'll give you the strength to carry on.

  • - You can feel so connected digitally and online

  • but still wildly feel alone at the same time.

  • It's kind of the weird beauty of the internet.

  • - It's a story. I'm not sure--

  • I'm not too hung up on trying to find out

  • what stories mean exactly

  • as much as if they're told in an interesting, compelling way.

  • And that one obviously did, and it did bring a lot of people

  • to converse about it and talk about it.

  • - (FBE) So according to the video's description,

  • "Shelter" tells the story of Rin, a 17-year-old girl

  • who lives her life inside of a futuristic simulation

  • completely by herself in infinite, beautiful loneliness.

  • Each day, Rin awakens in virtual reality

  • and uses a tablet which controls the simulation

  • to create a new, different, beautiful world for herself;

  • until one day, everything changes,

  • and Rin comes to learn the true origins

  • behind her life in a simulation. - Oh, I see.

  • - (FBE) The rest of the plot is left

  • for everyone to figure out on their own.

  • So what do you think about this

  • being such a mysterious and open-ended plot?

  • - I think it's cool, 'cause it gives you--

  • you know, it lets you interpret it how you want it to afterwards.

  • - I like that it's not the regular-degular, cookie-cutter,

  • "All right, let's just throw something random out there

  • for the sake of it being random."

  • I like that it has deep-rooted meanings

  • and little sprinkles and stuff like that in here.

  • - It's open to interpretation,

  • which I think is one of the wonderful things about,

  • if we're gonna get heady about it, about art.

  • It depends on what you're feeling at the moment.

  • So this could be optimistic for someone,

  • or it could be very lonely and sad for someone else.

  • It's all whatever their current mood is,

  • which I think is wonderful,

  • 'cause you internalize it, and you make it your own.

  • - That's where art is so awesome,

  • is that it creates conversations.

  • So you can have infinite, as many virtual realities as she has.

  • You can have ideas about

  • what could happen in that virtual reality for her.

  • I hope she finds happiness.

  • - (FBE) So finally, this project comes as a collaboration

  • between an American and a French music artist

  • teaming up with a Japanese animation studio...

  • - (impressed) Really?

  • - (FBE) ...which is something that's pretty rare.

  • - I was gonna say, yeah, that's interesting.

  • This is very, very a melting pot.

  • - (FBE) Do you think there should be more projects like this,

  • mixing styles and cultures in this way? - Yeah.

  • That was absolutely amazing.

  • - I do think this should be done more often.

  • - It brings unique pieces of their own cultures to the table.

  • - This is just like a step into making

  • all of our cultures collide in a good way.

  • - This is something that YouTube has helped create, I think,

  • is a global audience.

  • To be like, "No, let's actually collaborate

  • across cultures and across countries purposefully..."

  • - Is super cool. - Yeah.

  • - That's the best thing about the internet,

  • is that the global reach and the ability to collaborate

  • on so many different levels,

  • you can't do that anywhere else but on the internet.

  • - That's what it's all about, you know,

  • collaboration, art.

  • Bringing different contrasting things together

  • and making something beautiful.

  • - The only way I think to grow as a creator

  • is to experiment and try different things and to learn new things

  • and see how they work with whatever creative process you have.

  • So I think that's really important,

  • 'cause you're just gonna live within your own simulated world

  • if you can't experience someone else's.

  • (clang!) - (FBE) Truth!

  • - Thanks for watching another episode of YouTubers React.

  • - Subscribe to everyone below, or not.

  • If this is a simulation, it doesn't really matter either way.

  • - Well, I'm gonna go float alone in space

  • for the rest of my life. So goodbye.

  • ♪ (end music) ♪

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YOUTUBERSがSHELTER MUSIC VIDEOに反応(ポーター・ロビンソン&マドーン (YOUTUBERS REACT TO SHELTER MUSIC VIDEO (Porter Robinson & Madeon))

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    Mine Shi Lee に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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