Someone asked last week if David Bowie's feature film, "The Man Who Fell to Earth," made any kind of sense at all. The correct answer, of course, is "Not much." You've got to hand it to Bowie for his consistency--despite a career that spans four decades with countless hits and a tremendous influence on popular culture, he has resisted the impulse to make sense at pretty much every turn. Case in point, the video for "Day In Day Out" off his Never Let Me Down album. It kinda sorta has a coherent narrative if you squint hard when listening to the lyrics, but the video tosses that all out the window. Good angels! Bad angels! Roller skates! Conveyor belts! Bad hair! Yes, this one has it all.