There are quite possibly more ideas contained within Michel Gondry’s “Let Forever Be” video for the Chemical Brothers than you see in many movies (including some of Gondry’s own). A lofty claim? Come back here in 3 min. 42 sec. Did you watch it? Pretty impressive, right? It puts you at the heart of a young lady’s recurring nightmare (or is it really happening?), which starts as her alarm clock makes her late for work at a department store. The clip then alternates between an homage, via dancing women, to Busby Berkeley, and a homeless drummer, and it’s shot on either beautiful film or a grainy handheld camera. (The Spike Jonzedirected “Praise You” for Fatboy Slim employed the inexpensive cameras too. Must have been a 1999 thing.) By the time the video has ended, you’ll be hiding behind your sofa out of fear that the same thing might happen to you.