Radiohead 'I Promise' by Michal Marczak
Michal Marczak returns to collaborate once again with Thom Yorke in this previously unheard Radiohead track from the OK Computer era.
Marking his third collaboration with Thom Yorke (the other two being Radiohead's noirish Indentikit short and the haunting marriage of nature and futurism for Mark Pritchard & Thom Yorke's Beautiful People), Marczak continues to explore those uncanny futurist themes here in the haunting clip for I Promise. We follow a discarded animatronic head, left on the seat of a bus and gazing out of the window. As the lone android makes eye contact with passersby, we see him react more so than the humans he's faced with. Through the lens of artificial life, we are forced to look at context-free human actions in a bizarre and disconnected way.
|Director of Photography||Monika Lenczewska|
|Executive Producer||Rik Green|
|Service Producer||Tomek Morawski|
|Production designer||Mela Melak|
|Art Director||Jakub Knapik|
|Production Manager||Marek Skupień|
|Production Coordinator||Oskar Pimlott|
|Production Coordinator||Agnieszka Krawczyńska|
|1st AD||Krzysztof Bagiński|
|2nd AD||Łukasz Grudzińsk|
|3rd AD||Hanna Maciąg|
|Costume Supervisor||Małgorzata Karpiuk|
|VFX Company||The Mill|
|VFX Director||Stefan Susemihl|
|VFX Producer||Claire Meila|
|Other credits||Additional Editing: Piotr Starzyk, Dorota Wardęszkiewicz Android Operator/Animator: Vytas Krisciunas Android Creative Consultant: Stephan Bugaj Android Designer: David Hanson Android Animator: Zbigniew Czapla Android head designed and constructed by Hanson Robotics Stills Photographer: Anna Włoch|
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