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Samaris 'Wanted 2 Say' by Thora Hilmars
Under the light of an Icelandic blood moon, a strange force begins to act upon local teenage girls in this trance -inducing video for Icelandic electronic group Samaris's track Wanted 2 Say by Thora Hilmars.
Taking place in dreamy nighttime, the mystifying video follows the young women who have entered a lupine trance - solitary in their rooms as well as outside undeterred by the snow - thrashing their bodies around in wild movement to the driving beat, astral synth sounds and cooed vocals of the music.
|Producer||Svava Lóa Stefánsdóttir|
|Director of Photography||Thor Eliasson|
|Focus Puller||Daníel Gylfason|
|2nd AC||Sölmundur Ísak|
|Gaffer||Dagur B. Reynisson|
|Art Director||Karen Briem|
|Post production company||RVX|
|Post Producer||Jón Tómas Einarsson|
|Label||One Little Indian|
|Post Producer||Birgir Sigfusson|
|Choreographer||Díana Rut Kristinsdóttir|
|Other credits||Cast: Jónína Thordis, Díana Rut Kristinsdóttir, Elín Sif Halldórsdóttir|
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