This is my child. The farther you are away from this image, the more it looks like she is smiling: just like the Mona Lisa.
I am not a lawyer, nor do I play one on TV. I am not in law enforcement. I am not providing legal advice here. Just my non-lawyerly opinion.
You should also read Arrest Proof Yourself. You can try it out first (read the beginning) on Amazon.com.
Two things that only exist on TV:
- The police will not read you the Miranda Warning when you are first questioned. Anything that you do say is admissible up until that point. So they don't arrest you until after you have already implicated yourself. On TV they read it right away, in real life? No.
- "Pressing charges" is when you file a police report. On TV people get to say, "I am not pressing charges", but in real life, the moment that you report a potential crime, it's out of your hands. The D.A.'s office, arresting officer, and judge, all have discretion, but you might not be able to "take it back" like they do on TV.
TL;DR? The video is funny.
Hollywood people think that every industry works just like Hollywood.
Here's some Meshuggah coming at you. People in the 80's might have called this hardcore punk. Why? Most of the people in the video have short hair. Hardcore Metal, was similar (especially on bass), except those guys had long hair.
Young Metal and Hardcore fans, from the 80's, wouldn't listen to the others material: hair length matters.
"I rented a video called 'Hardcore'. I was expecting music, but it was porn." Zoe (overheard)
The word "sex" is on the helmet, and there's a church in the background.