2018 has a crush on the 80s. Stranger Things repackages Spielberg, an entire generation of musicians tries to repackage Madonna, and we love it. Because nostalgia is addictive, even if we don't really understand why. In FADE AWAY, TWINS. (Ludwig Jonsson) resurrects what made the 80s sound so life-affirming, while also doing something new with nostalgia. It takes an honest look at what it feels like in our hearts to long for the past. What does it look like in our minds when we romanticize another time? Director Daniel Lundh visualized that process: how we imbue poetry into memories that didn't strike us as poetic at the time, we fill a scene in our minds with multi-colored lights when in reality it took place under fluorescent bulbs, we remember ourselves as dancing through the halls of our old house, even if we never really danced, we only felt like it. Nostalgia has as much to do with romanticizing the past as longing for it. While so much of pop wants us to remember that romance, FADE AWAY reminds us to try and make our present as beautiful as we imagine our past.
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