This powerful music video documentary for singer-songwriter Hak Baker delves into the mundane truth of drug addiction.
Gorgon City 'Smile' by Will Robson-Scott
Will Robson-Scott creates a striking new promo for Gorgon City. Considering the upbeat feel and name of this dance track, the subject matter of the video takes a sombre turn as we follow a woman who's trying her best to make ends meet in LA, as the city tries its best to swallow her into obscurity.
Through scenes of misery-soaked exotic dancing, navigating the city and bonding with those closest to her, the message of the video is clear: family is vital to survival, and men are generally the worst.
A well-shot, quietly powerful short portrait that contrasts the track's pacing to create an engaging story.
|Producer||Alexander J. Moon|
|Executive Producer||Tim Daukes|
|Director of Photography||Martim Vian|
|Post production company||The Mill|
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