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Watsky 'Going Down' by Nick Roney
Watsky goes on a journey around his raging sexual libido, by microscopic hang-glider. And with the motormouth rapper surveying a mountain range of bodies, with pornstar Reily Reid as his Everest, Nick Roney's video for Going Down is frank, funny and very graphic indeed.
In the first video since his MVA-award winning clip for The Lemon Twigs, Roney describes Going Down as a "sci-fi epic about oral", with Watsky on a fantastic voyage around his sexual hangups. Even he doesn't know where it's going to end up, but it's probably going to be messy.
|Executive Producer||Kim Stuckwisch, Ian Blair|
|1st AD||Hannah Baker|
|Director of Photography||Greg Cotton|
|Focus Puller||Brian White|
|2nd AC||Ryan Summersett|
|Gaffer||Luka Pascalicchio, Jarrett Sexton|
|Post production company||House Of Pain|
|VFX||Nick Roney, Robert Sundelin, Vitaliy Havrylyuk, Andrew Finch|
|Director's Representation||Doug Klinger|
|Other credits||Creative Direction: Carlos Estrada|
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