Lana and The Weeknd smooch on the Hollywood sign in Rich Lee's video for Lust For Life.
Lana Del Rey 'Love' by Rich Lee
Lana Del Rey dazzles like a Hollywood starlet in this grand, cosmic visual for Love, directed by Rich Lee.
The artist gives an audience of young lovers her blessing through a dreamlike concert performance, while a group of friends go on the roadtrip of their lives. Imbued with her signature nostalgic atmosphere, the trip takes the young people to the dreamy weightlessness of space (and channels some of the grand vision of Vania Heymann and Gal Muggia's video for Coldplay's Up&Up).
Floating cars, Lana on the moon, ice-cream parlours on the Milky Way and impossibly beautiful inter-planetary exploration provide the perfect visual metaphor for young love's euphoric, wide-eyed expeditions.
|Executive Producer||Ned Brown|
|Director's Representation||Tommy Labuda|
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