Jesse John Jenkins's video for Peace's Wraith features the band unmoved by the presence of two dancers shaking some serious booty. Which is pretty amazing for anyone who claims to be in a rock 'n …
Haelos 'Pray' & 'Dust' by Jesse John Jenkins
Jesse John Jenkins ramps ups the angst in these follow-up videos to Haelos' Earth Not Above, with Pray and Dust.
We catch up with our protagonists, played by Moffy and Leo Tapalov in Pray, with a series of dramatic and expressive scenes showing the couple trapped and despairing, getting in fist fights, and brooding in basket-ball courts. The clip for Dust sees Tapalov's character at the end of his rope, in a plastified room (never a good sign) and with a gun tucked in his trousers...
|Director||Jesse John Jenkins|
|Director's Representation||Alexa Haywood at Free Agent UK|
|Director of Photography||Jesse John Jenkins|
|Art Direction||Merlin Massara|
|Grading company||The Mill|
|Post production company||My Brother Bob|
|Focus Puller||Hopi Demattio|
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