Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Music Video Inspired by ‘Amores Perros’ Scene

In 2002, the Red Hot Chili Peppers released their eighth studio album, “By the Way”, which marked a new era in their music. The album was a commercial success, and its release coincided with the return of guitarist John Frusciante to the band.

The album’s creation was influenced by Frusciante’s guitar and bass work, as well as his interest in the sounds of bands like the Beach Boys and The Beatles. The band’s bassist, Anthony Kiedis, has praised the film “Amores Perros” as a cult classic, stating that it rocked his world and is a favorite movie of the year.

The film’s impact on Mexican society was significant, as it shed light on the harsh realities faced by many people in Mexico, including social, economic, and moral inequality. The film’s success also changed the course of Mexican cinema, allowing for more realistic and human stories to be told.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ music video for “By the way” was inspired by the film “Amores Perros”, and the band’s lead singer, Anthony Kiedis, has spoken highly of the film, calling it a cult classic.

The film “Amores Perros” premiered 24 years ago and has had a lasting impact on Mexican society and cinema. It is a testament to the power of art to inspire and change the world.

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