- U.S., somewhere in the sprawling northeastern megalopolis thereof.
@ 1234xh --
Thanks, Grand duke! It's the same clip as I found at Daily Motion. Which leads me to ask, how does one obtain these in the first place? The rules at DailyMotion say "no downloading," if I remember correctly. But the person who uploaded it there, obviously, obtained it from another source. I am new to this, and very hazy about the whole concept of file-sharing. Like, where do files originate, and who has the right to upload them for file-sharing? I am aware that people are banned from YouTube every day for "multiple copyright complaints," and, invariably, these "complaints" are from the Big Three (or is it four?) in the music industry. The "Millennial Copyright Law" in the U.S., meanwhile, is nothing short of Draconian.
Other than that, I hadn't realized that this "action girls" clip is Russian, since there is audio in English as well as another language which I couldn't readily identify -- some of the syllabication sounded vaguely East Asian to my ears.
In societies where modern conditions of production prevail, all of life presents itself as an immense accumulation of spectacles. (Guy Debord)