Miike Snow 'Heart Is Full' by Lance Drake
Lance Drake's slick, futuristic action video for Swedish indie pop trio Miike Snow's Heart Is Full, from their upcoming third album III, is all about a female assassin with the fierce-yet-vulnerable attitude and eyecatching dress sense of Daryl Hannah's character Pris in Blade Runner.
Set in the backstreets of a huge metropolis, our anti-heroine sports a slick, black PVC leotard and an enchanted chain which serves as a powerful weapon. After swiftly defeating her nemesis's henchmen, she defeats her main opponent, but not before showing some basic signs of humanity.
|Executive Producer||Danielle Hinde|
|Director's Representation||Daniel Kent|
|Production Manager||Filippa Emma Edenbro|
|1st AD||Kenneth Arnold Taylor|
|Director of Photography||Todd Banhazl|
|Production designer||Tyler Jensen|
|Stunt Co-ordinator||Mindy Kelly|
|Stunt Co-ordinator||Damien Bray|
|Other credits||1st Unit Camera 1st AC: David Edsall 1st Unit Camera 2nd AC: Otis Sherman 1st Unit Steadicam: Liam Clark 1st Unit Gaffer: Nghia Khuu 1st Unit Best Boy Electric: Skott Khuu 1st Unit Electric: Juan Smith Valle 1st Unit Key Grip: Mike Prim 1st Unit Best Boy Grip: Darrin Stuckwisch 2nd Unit Director: Robert Schober 2nd Unit Art: Nelson de Castro 2nd Unit DP: TJ Shwingle Additional AD: Chad Nicholson 2nd Unit Camera 1st AC: Scott Johnson 2nd Unit Camera 2nd AC: Emma Massalone 2nd Unit Steadicam: Dustin Heindl DIT: Shane Farnsworth Additional Shoot 1st AC: Scott Johnson Additional Shoot 2nd AC: Matt Szewczyk Additional Shoot Gaffer: Arjun Prakash Additional Shoot Key Grip: Oliver Young Special Thanks: Steve Gottlieb, Roboshobo, Jeremiah Mayhew, Todd Banhazl|
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