It finally worked for me too, there must have been something wrong for the Firefox users.
I think the video is rather pretty, and they have handled the low-budget element quite well. But my concern is more or less always the same: what's the point of the pastiche and the irony? Irony can be interesting when there is something to ironise about, and/or when it's simply funny, I suppose. But I can't see either here at all. On the contrary, the 80's cliches only reinforce the anchorage of the song and highlight the anachronism of its production. (But to be honest that was predictable, and it's not really the main problem here.)
The main issue is: we had an interestingly sweet song, talking about pain in an understated, soft, modest manner (which is why the song's production is so irrelevant, and sounds even more overblown and puffy that it doesn't fit the song's theme and melody). And now we have a video whose irony and badassness would suit Ooh La La much better. It's quite the same error they once made with Number One. I find it confusing, and again, I'd like Goldfrapp to give up on that kind of posture to propose something less pretentious, and more in tune with the sweetness and simplicity they are sometimes capable of. And I'd like to know what Dennis thinks about that.