Luke Bather - 11th Aug 2016

Dylan Duclos' sublime clip for Australian singer-songwriter Emma Louise sees a cult of couples chained together in a beautiful mansion setting.

With warm, earthy tones mixed in with perception-altering in-camera effects, this is a beautiful video that forces viewers into the surreal. Not to mention the protagonist on stilts who can seemingly make the couples collapse at will.

The video has a dreamy aesthetic and wonderfully choreographed rhythm, with painterly composition throughout. Costume is subtle but effective - especially in regards to Emma Louise herself - the long flowing garments sit long enough to make you wonder for a second if she really is that tall.


DirectorDylan Duclos
ProducerMorgan Taylor
Director of PhotographyAaron Mclisky
1st ACSam De Teliga
SteadicamJustin Besser
GafferPeter Sutton
Best Boy ElectricianAlex Petosevic
ChoreographyGenevieve Morris
Production designerLauren Sillato
ColouristMatt Fezz

Luke Bather - 11th Aug 2016

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