Luke Bather - 24th Feb 2017

Arnaud Deroudilhe's video for Busy P is a dual-layered conceptual sleepwalk through the Kiev streets.

Masterfully matching scenes from two separate scenarios, Deroudilhe flips between the glistening, electric, hyper-saturated dreamworld of the club inside our protagonist's mind, and the reality of what she's interacting with on the streets.

A brilliantly executed concept with incredibly playful editing and precise, considered cinematography helping to snap us in and out of the enticing dream state.


DirectorArnaud Deroudilhe
Production CompanyFrenzy Paris
Executive ProducerCamille Semprez
Executive ProducerElsa Rakotoson
CommissionerPedro Winter
Director of PhotographyRomain Alary
Line ProducerAlexis Fonvielle
Post ProducerWassila Kailali
EditorTianès Montasser
ColouristGabriel Porier

Luke Bather - 24th Feb 2017

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