V for Vendetta, B for Bieber

So yesterday my girlfriend and I watched a Czech movie called Vendeta (which is an obscure Czech word for “vendetta”, to be sure).

It’s a dark and confusing tale of a man on a revenge spree. The movie contained a lot of inexplicable plot points, tons of footage of people running through forests and characters dying simply due to being tied to trees.

The movie requires a smarter man than me to fully understand. However, it wasn’t the plot or cinematography of the film that intrigued me the most. Throughout the whole movie my mind was busy asking one simple question…

“Baby, baby, baaaaby ooooh…..”

…what the fuck is Justin Bieber doing in a Czech revenge movie?! Sure, credits claim it’s some Ondrej Havel dude, but you and I both know a Justin Bieber when we see one, don’t we?! It’s not just me, is it? Please tell me it’s not just me seeing Justin there!

13 thoughts on “V for Vendetta, B for Bieber

  1. Ah, sweet revenge. If this sordid emotion didn’t exist, half of cinema would disappear into the ether. I’ll have to call in the expert–my daughter–on the Justin Bieber pic. One glance and she’ll know.


  2. raeme67 says:

    He does look like the Biebster? Possibly looking out for a career change once his preteen fan base dries up? I mean he has to think ahead a little.


      • raeme67 says:

        So, you think they dubbed his lines or did he actually learn the language?
        If it is indeed the Biebster. ( Yes, my mind works in mysterious……okay, bizarre and strange ways.)


      • I think his lines consisted of cut up and stitched together lyrics from his songs! Then again, my Czech is rusty of late, so there’s a chance I got that wrong 😉


      • raeme67 says:

        My English is a little rusty-which is bad, because not only is it my native tongue it is the only language I have ever learned, sorta of. American gibberish is what I speak most fluently. Real good at gibberish!


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