A man dances amid the raging elements, in Etienne Fu-le Saulnier's immersive promo for Nîm.
Next Is Best 'Stardust' by Etienne Fu-le Saulnier
A girl must dance with Death in order to win her salvation, in this video for French pop duo Next Is Best directed and photographed by Etienne Fu-le Saulnier.
Shot in a country house near Paris, the girl's battle for survival, yet ambivalent relationship with death is emphasised with some highly effective special FX makeup.
|Director||Etienne Fu-le Saulnier|
|Production Manager||Morgane Sarah Becerril|
|1st AD||Sarah Joucan|
|Director of Photography||Etienne Fu-le Saulnier|
|Focus Puller||Chloé Borgella|
|Lead actor||Fanny Alton, Exaucé Kasongo|
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