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Video: She & Him Reference the Sixties in 'Don't Look Back'

Adorable new clip features sci-fi kitsch and synchronized dancing

January 19, 2011 4:30 PM ET

She & Him's M. Ward and Zooey Deschanel are no strangers to cuteness, but their new video for the song "Don't Look Back" somehow manages to raise the bar. In the span of five minutes, this clip packs in sci-fi kitsch, retro typography, synchronized dancing, Zooey look-alike back-up singers and vintage Sixties everything. Oh, and holograms! Director Jeremy Konner and choreographer Sophie Olson deserve an enthusiastic round of applause for this one.

Don't Look Back [Zooey's Miscellany]

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