The video to Star Guitar (which is a sample from Bowie’s Starman) describes a journey as seen from a train window, only the disposition of each passing element in the landscape is positioned exactly in sync with the music. According to director Michel Gondry “every sound from the track will be illustrated by an element of the landscape that appears each time that sound is heard. As the song becomes more elaborate, we will create a more and more complex landscape.” One notices the similarity in concept between this video and Daft Punk’s Around the World, yet the difference in execution. Instead of each element being a dancer, it is a part of the scenery. The video is based on DV footage Gondry shot while on vacation in France. They shot the train ride 10 different times during the day to get different light gradients.