Gripping and Gorgeous, as Always.
GaIn as Eve breaks free of her cage, and then tempts Adam to follow her. It's wonderfully depicted in how a snake appears above GaIn in the beginning and then in the black & white solo-scene she's in an outfit that is highly reminiscent of scale and her maneuvers are extraordinarily snake-like (and presented in direct correlation to a snake-shot), indicating that she she herself has become Adam's adder of temptation. The black and white inversion sequence is not only an awesome sequence, but is shows a stunningly demonstrative example of how heaven and hell and right and wrong can be jumbled up when portrayed at certain slants. The naked, groveling men are both reaching out with carnal desires and also bowing before the greatness of GaIn's diamond clothing, which is valuable and gorgeous in a way that people trapped in Paradise could never comprehend. It's a GOREGOUS mv.
The song is incredibly powerful, to just top off the amazingness of this release. It's well balanced and beautifully spatialized and gorgeously aching. GaIn can pour emotions into her voice, too many to name all at once in a delicate balance that draws on a fantastic sense inner-power and absolute desperation in the same breath. It's an almost magical vocal quality and the constrained energy of it it caps off every track GaIn's ever been a part of. The evolution of the track is directly complimented by the evolving visuals, making the complete release far superior to either the track or the MV on it's own. It's a beautifully done release and I bow before the queen.