David Knight - 25th Aug 2015

George Belfield brings his best game to American suburbia in his lovely video for Brooklyn-based trio Wet's bittersweet song Deadwater.

In the director's distinctive style this is a naturalistic drama, about a girl dealing with emotional turmoil in a believably understated fashion in the picturesque town of Peekskill, in upstate New York.

But when the drama starts to incorporate a performance, as the girl - Wet singer Kelly Zutrau - starts to sing, the emotion moves to another pitch, and it becomes a song (and video) to give you the chills.

PRO Credits

Credits

GafferLori Desimone
DirectorGeorge Belfield
Executive ProducerTim Nash
Director of PhotographySteve Annis
2nd ACKyle Clarck
ProducerDenna Cartamkhoob
Art DirectorRene Navarette
EditorLeila Sarraf
Editing companyTrim Editing
CommissionerSaul Levitz
LabelSony Music

David Knight - 25th Aug 2015

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