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Here's That Mid-'90s Kate Moss Video Everyone Is Talking About

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This re-released fashion film of a 20-year-old Kate Moss was made by Nick Knight in 1995. It's 12 minutes because attention spans were superhuman back then apparently.

ShowStudio, who published the film in honor of their "Kate Moss month," explains that the security camera footage is "a nod to the debate and controversy that surrounded surveillance culture at the time of filming." And then even creepier, "It is only as the film progresses that the viewer realizes he is watching Moss from a stalker's perspective in a sinister play on anonymity, fame and privacy." Fun, fun, fun!
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