Video Review: Donna Summer “Supernatural Love”

Circa 2000 B.C., a young man, wearing a loincloth, shouts as he sits on a rock in the forest. Donna Summer and the young man turn their heads back and forth at the sudden sound. A sorceress, wearing a black dress and masquerade mask, hides behind a tree and waves her hand towards them. Summer and the young man separate. The sorceress puts her hand on his shoulder while he watches Summer. Summer runs in the forest and jumps off a cliff.

She lands inside a mansion in the 1980s. The young man spots her. She raises her hands over head and creates a thundercloud. She points her finger towards a couple. The young man’s jaw drops. The young man shifts in his seat while the sorceress places her hand on his shoulder. Summer touches the faces of some of the women at the party.

The young man gets off his chair. He reaches for her hand but is blocked by three women wearing red dresses. Summer leans against the column while the women dance. She runs up the balcony and leaps while he walks by the tables. She and the young man talk. They dance. The sorceress claps her hands as she stands in the corner.

They dance together in 2000 B.C.

Rating: 4.5/5

In 2000 B.C., a young man had saved Donna Summer from a dinosaur, who had been chasing after her. She didn’t think she’d live to see another day. He offered her some food and water. She grunted as she munched on the food. He motions that that they will travel together. She nods in response and takes her head.

A sorceress in the forest had wanted the young man for her own. She had lured him to her and hissed that they would never find each other again.

Summer had coughed up blood as she walked down the streets of England, stepping between the bodies of those who had past. She had looked for his face and ached for the young man.

During the Civil War in America, she writes her name on a page for the first time. She helps other escapees find a home in the camp. She waits for the young man and prays for his safety.

In 1960, she sits-in at lunch counters in department stores. She returns to class the next day with a lump in her throat. She has seen a glimpse of him. However, it was only for a second, He had been standing by the window. She turned to him but he vanished.

However, in the mid-1980s, there were no barriers separating them. Time had given her power. It allowed her to fight and learn. By keeping her alive, the sorceress had only strengthened her. In the mansion, she sees he has become a wealthy businessman. She had become an artist, living in a studio, in New York City. An associate of his had commissioned her for a painting. Under the sorceress’ watchful eye, she planned. With a single strike, she was able to free him from the sorceress’ clutches.

Although their hair was graying and their bodies were ailing from disease, they were finally aging together.

Director: N/A Year: 1984

Pam Avoledo Administrator
Pam Avoledo spends her time binge-watching classic teen dramas and stands firm in her pro-Leyton stance. She also received her journalism degree in 2006 from Oakland University. Her work has been published in the White Wall Review, Sledgehammer Lit ,Greatest City Collective & 45 Magazine . Fevers of the Mind, and forthcoming in Daily Drunk Mag\'s Kirstofia anthology.

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