Forsaking the mirror balls and pop imagery associated with U2 these days, director Jake Scott of Portfolio/Black Dog Films and director of photography Salvatore Totino took a less ironic, more abstract approach to propel "Staring at the Sun," the second video from the band's POP album. The kitsch of "Discotheque," the album's first video featuring U2 in Village People garb on a mirror ball set, is absent from this performance clip which nonetheless has a transcendent visual style largely ...

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