A violent lovers' quarrel is depicted in a suprisingly funny and entertaining way in Ryan Patrick's new video for Russian synthpop band Tesla Boy's …
Tesla Boy 'Circles' by Ryan Patrick
Ryan Patrick takes the viewer on a surreal journey in his latest video for Tesla Boy, and continuing in the highly entertaining yet edgy vein of his previous one for Nothing.
Set in a Chinese restaurant, this wonderfully bizarre whirlwind of multiple-personalities attempting to get some food and have a successful date just becomes increasingly more frantic and peculiar as the clip progresses. Prosthetic faces, karaoke and some incredible chicken puppetry (yes, you read that correctly) tell you pretty much from the start that you're in for a weird ride.
Cartoonish choreography and a brilliant sequence with an infinitely stretching arm 'lip-syncing' to the track makes this six minute clip fly by.
|1st AD||Andrew Spieler|
|Director of Photography||Travis LaBella|
|Focus Puller||Taylor Harris|
|2nd AC||Jeff Crowell|
|Art Director||Perla Bornholdt|
|Other credits||Lead Make-Up Effects: Eric Fox Make-Up Effects Assistants: Melissa Korda, April Granados Title Designer: Jesse Merrell Set Dresser: Valeria Vidaurrazaga CAST: Maaz Ali, Cary Mizobe, Jade-Lorna Sullivan|
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