Who Is Jean Rouch? | A Brief Overview

Hello everyone!
We live in a corrupt world. Rich ruling the poor, money controlling everything, with technology taking over. Every climb towards success, you get knocked down. It’s time to take action.

Punk is not dead, it’s just had a makeover.

No one really knows who Jean Rouch is, but we know his motive. 
When you think of punk, you think of the stereotypical rockers with leather jackets, mohicans and bondage trousers, but that isn’t what punk is. Yes, punk as a term is based on a genre of music but it encompasses more than that. It’s a rebellion. Rejecting hierarchy and everything we’ve been programmed to accept. Punk is an ideology. It’s a set of social and political beliefs. You don’t have to set fire to things to be a punk.
Jean Rouch is a punk. Although he looks like he’s just stepped out of the late 1800s, he is a punk. He wants social change. He wants people to wake up. In a world of constant surveillance and the working classes being pushed to the gutter, is it too late to break from this endless cycle?
‘Racketeer’ is a simple animation, but ever so effective. The end message reads thus: ‘With the simplest of animation, a switch in the back of your mind has been pressed and a light shines bright. The working class line the pockets of the rich everyday’. 
‘Privacy Is Sin’ is a social commentary on how nothing we do is private any more. We are constantly being watched and listened to. The song itself sounds like a mix of Marilyn Manson’s version of ‘Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)’ and ‘Enter Sandman’ by Metallica. It also touches on the idea that if someone wants a private life, that it is now not acceptable in this day and age, what with social media being the focus of most peoples lives. If you don’t want to be on social media, people assume you have something to hide.
Check out Jean Rouch here.

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