Watch Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” Acted Out Literally as a Short Crime Film

Queen’s “Bohemi­an Rhap­sody”–you can play it on a 1910 fair­ground organ; you can get Siri to sing the song on your iPhone and use it to help explain string the­o­ry; and you can even turn the song into a vir­tu­al real­i­ty expe­ri­ence. There’s noth­ing you can’t do with “Bohemi­an Rhapsody”–down to and includ­ing mak­ing it the basis of a short crime film. “Fred­die” is played by Jeff Schine above; and Deb­o­rah Ramaglia plays “Mama.” You know the script.

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Relat­ed Con­tent: 

65,000 Fans Break Into a Sin­ga­long of Queen’s “Bohemi­an Rhap­sody” at a Green Day Con­cert in London’s Hyde Park

1910 Fair­ground Organ Plays Queen’s “Bohemi­an Rhap­sody,” and It Works Like a Charm

Inside the Rhap­sody: A Short Doc­u­men­tary on the Mak­ing of Queen’s Clas­sic Song, ‘Bohemi­an Rhap­sody’ (2002)

Bohemi­an Grav­i­ty: String The­o­ry Explored With an A Cap­pel­la Ver­sion of Bohemi­an Rhap­sody

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