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UNICEF & The Killers: Goodnight, Travel Well

David Slade directs a powerful, human trafficking a la music video tagged with Some Things Cost More Than You Realise and underscores it with The Killers – Goodnight, Travel Well – from their third studio album – Day & Age. The PSA music video is the second collaboration between UNICEF, MTV EXIT (End Exploitation & Trafficking) and the US Agency for International Development, the first launched in 2008 featuring Radiohead’s All I Need.

We are deeply shocked and appalled that women and children are forced into such exploitative situations, said a spokesperson for The Killers. We hope that through MTV’s efforts, and this powerful video, millions of people across the world learn about this tragic form of modern-day slavery. The video’s creative concept was developed by the Australian advertising agency CRC, with support from the UK music consultancy Huge Music.

You can read a lot more about The Killers and UNICEF’s human trafficking effort @

Ben Foster & 30 Days of Night

RR Watch: Ben Foster

Ben Foster (3:10 To Yuma) stars in David Slade’s 30 Days of Nights and is featured in Vanity Fair’s article on Hollywood’s Next Generation of actors.

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Filmmaker David Slade’s 30 Days Of Night

RR Watch: Filmmaker David Slade’s 30 Days Of Night

30 Days of Night is director David Slade’s new film, and he previously directed 2005’s Hard Candy.

Synopsis: In Barrow, Alaska, the northernmost town in the U.S, the winter sun sets and does not rise for 30 days and nights. From the darkness comes an evil force that strikes terror on the town, and all hope is pinned on a husband-and-wife cop team.

30 Days of Night‘s casts include Josh Hartnett, Melissa George, Danny Huston, Jon Bennett and Mark Boone Junior.

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