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David Knight - 3rd Jan 2018

Reflecting the track, which recounts Jay-Z's boyhood, a young Brooklyn lad goes on a shopping errand under the scrutiny of a police helicopter, which eventually beams an intrusive spotlight on the rooftop gathering that the boy returns to.

Directed by the Safdie Brothers - who directed the acclaimed movie Good Time, starring Robert Pattinson - and shot by legendary DoP Darius Khondji – Marcy Me is about childhood innocence and how it ends. 


DirectorThe Safdie Brothers
Production CompanyThe Directors Bureau
Production CompanyElara Pictures
Executive ProducerSue Yeon Ahn
Executive ProducerOscar Boyson
Executive ProducerSebastian McClard
Director of PhotographyDarius Khondji

David Knight - 3rd Jan 2018

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