The Genius of Michel Gondry

I have long been mesmerized by Michel Gondry's astonishingly elaborate and imaginative music videos for Bjork, Chemical Brothers, Kylie, et al. Their astonishing complexity and choreography - without CGI, for the most part - suggest a mind capable of almost autistic genius. Well, here's some more proof. Gondry solves a Rubiks cube in this video in two minutes. With his feet. Enjoy:

(Hat tip: Jump Cuts.)

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