Dillon Francis ft. G-Eazy 'Say Less' by Tomás Whitmore
A couple of undercover cops ruin a rave in Tomás Whitmore's clip for Dillon Francis.
Starring Luke Hemsworth (!), as a take-no-shit undercover cop, a performance video within a rave becomes a cop brawl in the blink of an eye. With some great physical comedy, over the top fight scenes and a candid bit of dialogue to close out the video, Whitmore manages to make something that's as funny as it is cool.
|Executive Producer||Ian Blair|
|Executive Producer||Kimberly Stuckwisch|
|Production Manager||Madia Hill Scott|
|1st AD||Andrew Janes|
|Director of Photography||Drew Bienemann|
|Focus Puller||Christina Ortiz|
|2nd AC||Tim Unger|
|Art Director||John Carchietta|
|Other credits||2nd A.D. - Jay Cannavo 2nd 2nd A.D. - Javier Montoya Steadicam - Alex Kornreich Production Designer - Spencer Graves Art Coordinator - Brielle Hubert|
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