David Knight - 24th Jan 2018

Justin Timberlake aims to squarely plug into the zeitgeist with Dave Meyers' blockbuster for Supplies, with references to #MeToo, Weinstein, Spacey and Trump, as JT surveys a bank of screens, before embarking on a series of big, visually arresting, increasingly dystopian scenarios involving Timberlake and his love interest, played by Eliza Gonzalez (Baby Driver). 

And if the message is coming out a bit confused, or even like JT is trying to have his cake and eating it, the internet will explain everything. Otherwise just enjoy the spectacle. And as the track is a collaboration between JT and Pharrell (who briefly appears) it is distinctly hummable.   


PRO Credits


DirectorDave Meyers
ProducerNathan Scherrer
ProducerJamie Rabineau
Production Companyfreenjoy
Director's RepresentationLark Creative
Director of PhotographyScott Cunningham
EditorNick Gilberg
Executive ProducerNathan Scherrer
Production designerPhilip Messina
VFX SupervisorErik Gagnon
VFX SupervisorAndre Montambeault
VFX CompanyRodeoFX
ColouristStefan Sonnenfeld
Colour grade companyCompany3

David Knight - 24th Jan 2018

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