Cat Velez - 18th June 2015

A reckless couple get up to no good in this video for Norwegian rapper Klish's track Katta & Hunda. With a mound of cash and a gun, they set off on the classic fugitive roadtrip and live on the edge, making out on train tracks, getting frisky on the side of the road.

Director Eivind Landsvik and his cinematographer Andreas Bjørseth shot the video over two days, in small towns around Oslo.


"The idea of the video came from trying to put the classic story of Bonnie & Clyde into a more modern, but trashy universe that would fit the artist, Klish. He is very much a part of the visual universe, but as a storyteller and not a character. It was really exiting trying to mix a rap video with a more cinematic feel, with references to a lot of classic movies."


DirectorEivind Landsvik
Production CompanyBulldozer Film
ProducerAsbjørn Korntorp
Director of PhotographyAndreas Bjørseth
WardrobeMarielle Grøneng
Make-upMarielle Grøneng
EditorTyge Møller Christiansen
ColouristFerdrik Harrschou
Grading companyOslo Post Company
VFXMikkel Bjørge
Lead actorHalvor Harsem, Idun Daae Alstad
LabelSiste Steg
Other creditsRussian Arm Opeartors: Terje Røkke & Michael Thunem Berglund / MovieBird Russian Arm Driver: Fredrik Sørlie/ MovieBird

Cat Velez - 18th June 2015

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