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Young Man's Five by Sonia Levy

David Knight - 10th June 2011

A boy, a seahorse, a fishtank and some crystals are the ingredients of a hypnotic and dreamy video for Young Man - that's Colin Caulfield - and his lovely song Five by Sonia Levy.

A boy, a seahorse, a fishtank and some crystals are the ingredients of a hypnotic and dreamy video for Young Man - that's Colin Caulfield - and his lovely song Five by Sonia Levy. The core of the video is the bloom-like growth of crystals in a tank. "The crystal growing thing is a chemical reaction that takes 24 to 48 hours," Sonia explains. "I captured it with time lapse macro-photography." Both the song (with its hints of John Lennon's No. 9 Dream) and video conspire to transport the viewer into a delightful reverie. In short, Five is a lovely way to spend five minutes.

The core of the video is the bloom-like growth of crystals in a tank. "The crystal growing thing is a chemical reaction that takes 24 to 48 hours," Sonia explains. "I captured it with time lapse macro-photography."

A boy, a seahorse, a fishtank and some crystals are the ingredients of a hypnotic and dreamy video for Young Man - that's Colin Caulfield - and his lovely song Five by Sonia Levy. The core of the video is the bloom-like growth of crystals in a tank. "The crystal growing thing is a chemical reaction that takes 24 to 48 hours," Sonia explains. "I captured it with time lapse macro-photography." Both the song (with its hints of John Lennon's No. 9 Dream) and video conspire to transport the viewer into a delightful reverie. In short, Five is a lovely way to spend five minutes.

Both the song (with its hints of John Lennon's No. 9 Dream) and video conspire to transport the viewer into a delightful reverie. In short, Five is a lovely way to spend five minutes.

A boy, a seahorse, a fishtank and some crystals are the ingredients of a hypnotic and dreamy video for Young Man - that's Colin Caulfield - and his lovely song Five by Sonia Levy. The core of the video is the bloom-like growth of crystals in a tank. "The crystal growing thing is a chemical reaction that takes 24 to 48 hours," Sonia explains. "I captured it with time lapse macro-photography." Both the song (with its hints of John Lennon's No. 9 Dream) and video conspire to transport the viewer into a delightful reverie. In short, Five is a lovely way to spend five minutes.

David Knight - 10th June 2011

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Director
Sonia Levy
Producer
François
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Lise Fischer

David Knight - 10th June 2011

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