Jimmy Brown - 10th Apr 2012

She looks sweet, and the setting is gorgeous but Norah Jones' shows a very dark heart in the video for Happy Pills, directed by Isaiah Seret, and beautifully photographed by DP Bradford Young.

Set in a Mad Men-era suburbia, Norah proves the old 'hell hath no fury...' adage - and the ending is a bit Psycho...


DirectorIsaiah Seret
Executive ProducerCandice Ouaknine
EditorIsaac Haggy
Director's RepresentationDoomsday
ColouristDave Hussey
1st ADMike Maguire
Production CoordinatorElise Majorossy
GafferJim Jones
GripChris Wiesehahn
Production designerEli Metcalf
StylistKemal Harris
HairMandy Lyons

Jimmy Brown - 10th Apr 2012

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