Jimmy Brown - 17th Mar 2010

For their current Swedish chart-topper People Hurt People, Swiss outfit Lunik commissioned Luc Janin to translate their emo indie tones to the small screen.

This is Janin's first video with a female lead vocal which gave him an opportunity to explore a softer approach - even though the promo contains plastic bears, 4000 ping pong balls (real ones) and a child in a web of ropes...

Watch: Quicktime Movie


DirectorLuc Janin
Production CompanyAnnex
ProducerHans Elias
Director of PhotographyRichard Stewart
Production designerLautaro Lempiainen
OfflineLeo King

Jimmy Brown - 17th Mar 2010

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