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Emma Louise 'West End Kids' by Dylan Duclos
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.
|Director of Photography||Aaron Mclisky|
|1st AC||Sam De Teliga|
|Best Boy Electrician||Alex Petosevic|
|Production designer||Lauren Sillato|
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