Madonna Starts Her Own Kind of Revolution with the Launch of New Short Film

Photographer Steven Klein Shoots FIrst Part of Madge's 'Art for Freedom' Project

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Sep 26, 2013

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Ever wanted to hear what Madonna's thoughts on economic markets were? Now you can, via "Project Secret Revolution," a 17-minute short that the singer premiered at New York's Gagosian Gallery Tuesday night. The film, which is available on Vice and via BitTorrent, is a black and white, bizarro trip into Madonna's consciousness, a film noir-esque take on what it takes to start a revolution.

She even goes on to ask what it would take for people to take her seriously -- and whether it's because she's blond and is in possession of "tits and an ass" that nobody listens to her. References to Godard and Sartre are littered throughout the film, which is part of Madonna's "Art for Freedom" project, described as a global initiative to fuel free speech.

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Sep 26, 2013
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Art for Freedom
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