Sonder 'Too Fast' by Noah Lee
Noah Lee's video for Sonder's Too Fast begins with the sight of a young boy with his chest torn open, holding his own heart. But what follows is not quite as harrowing as that opening suggests.
This is a dream vision of the boy exploring his own domain, which is the wide open prairie. His journey is paralleled by a similar one made on foot by an adult - the young boy's older self. But it's as much as about absorbing the images - evidently shot on film, crafted by Christopher Ripley, who also graded the video - as deciphering the story. Sit back and enjoy.
"We put a lot of blood, sweat, tears and more tears into this one. I'm happy to finally see it breathe and exist in its own world. I wanted to create a parallel between the visuals and the sounds that echoed the parallel between the lead characters younger and older self.”
|Executive Producer||Danny Lee|
|Production Manager||Mateo Llosa|
|Director of Photography||Christopher Ripley|
|Focus Puller||Jacob Perry|
|VFX||Tanner Merrill / Trevor Corrigan (wingman Vfx)|
|Executive Producer||Zalman Band|
|Production designer||Angus Bernsen|
|Production designer||Tyler Evans|
|Other credits||1st AC: Jacob Perry Grip: Greg Loebell, Genevieve Evans Gaffer: Jake Kaster Fetus Design: Jack Pullman SFX: Autonomous F/X SFX Artist: David Brooke SFX Assistant: Kruzificio Valadez Casting Director: Cindy Romano Location Owner: Craig Armstrong Cast: Amir Legrone, Brent Faiyaz, Suniyah & Laniyah Smith Sound Design/mix: Sonder Cellist (score): Gabe Noel Special Thanks: Montalis Anglade, Charlie Morse, Amelia Kring, Carver Karaszewski Cast Amir Legrone Brent Faiyaz Suniyah & Laniyah Smith Post Production Editor- Noah Lee Sound Design/mix - Sonder Cellist (score) - Gabe Noel Colourist - Christopher Ripley VFX- Tanner Merrill VFX-Trevor Corrigan (Wingman VFX) Special Thanks Montalis Anglade Charlie Morse Amelia Kring Carver Karaszewski|
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