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Roosevelt 'Night Moves' by Sophia Ray
Taking inspiration from the melancholy disco sound of the track, Sophia Ray's video for Roosevelt's Night Moves is based around an unhappy 'human-disco-ball' character, wandering the streets alone at night.
Beautifully photographed by DoP Jake Jelicich, the glow of the boy's costume possesses a magical quality, as the young lad holds out for a place where he fits in, in a slightly surreal and off-beat world of dark streets, flashing lights, vacant looks and dejected dance floors.
|Production Company||Nice & Polite|
|Director of Photography||Jake Jelicich|
|Costume designer||Lee Fleming|
|1st AD||Charlie Havord|
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