Stylo G x Jacob Plant 'Bike Engine' by Keith Schofield

Stylo G x Jacob Plant 'Bike Engine' by Keith Schofield

Keith Schofield brings his postmodern weirdness to the fore in this bizarre, multi-layered video for Stylo G & Jacob Plant.

Playing on his own previous works in which sex and VFX intertwine in some hideously brilliant ways, Schofield brings us a video within a video within a video here that breaks the fourth, fifth, and sixth wall, and gets funnier with each development.

Delving head-first into themes of sexual representation, comment culture, and working as a director (we end up with Keith himself, grimly contemplating what he has unleashed onto the world), this video is a gift that keeps on giving. You may even be offended.

Credits

Director
Keith Schofield
Producer
Alex Brinkman
Executive Producer
Jasper Thomlinson
Production Company
CaviarCaviar website
Commissioner
John Hassay
Production Services
Destroy All Entertainment
Producer
Adam Egypt Mortimer
Producer
Amanda Mortimer

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