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If Famous Auteurs Directed the Super Bowl

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 We decided to go with

the High Five video on Friday

as our Super Bowl viral video, but upon further review we love this way too much to ignore.

Slate V imagines what the Super Bowl would be like if it was directed by famous film auteurs. Unsurprisingly we think the styles of the American directors spoofed fit a bit better. As twee as Wes Anderson is it's fitting, and the David Lynch freak out is like watching the big game while rhobo-tripping. While the Jean Luc Godard spot proves that French will never understand le football américain.

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