Parquet Courts 'Berlin Got Blurry' by Claes Nordwall
In this simple, gorgeous video we follow Adam Savage - frontman of New York band Parquet Courts - as he wanders Berlin getting progressively more frustrated as things just don't seem to go his way.
Shot on 16mm film, the video somehow manages to turn sections of the German capital into impressionistic set pieces that look too good to be true.
|Director of Photography||Nic Booth|
|Clapper Loader||Stephen Dunn|
|Director's Representation||Las Bandas Be Brave|
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