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Haim 'Night So Long' by Paul Thomas Anderson
Haim's emotional 'homecoming' show at The Greek Theatre in LA in October last year has been immortalised by Paul Thomas Anderson.
Anderson filmed the sisters performing a stripped down version of Night So Long in rehearsals at the empty theatre - which then cuts (visually at least) to their performance that evening.
And it also pays due homage to their now iconic video for I Want You Back. They may always have to stand side by side like that....
|Director||Paul Thomas Anderson|
|Production Supervisor||Karen Ramirez|
|Production Company||Ghoulardi Film Company|
|1st AD||Adam Somner|
|Camera operator||Ari Robbins|
|1st AC||Chris Flurry|
|1st AC||Matt Sanderson|
|Sound Recording||Ariel Rechtshaid|
|Other credits||Assistant Camera: Aaron Tichenor Assistant Camera / Loader: Drey Singer Additional Camera: Matthew Rivera Gaffer: David Lee Grip: Kuba Bojsza Additional Engineers: Chris Kasych, John DeBold, Scott Adamson, Nick Rowe Production Assistants: Chelsea Davenport, Aida Saam Panavision Cameras: Lori Killiam, Dan Sasaki Fotokem: Andrew Oran Roundabout: Carl Moore Danielle Haim: guitar/vocals Este Haim: bass guitar/backing vocals Alana Haim: backing vocals Tommy King: synthesizers Jody Giachello: percussion|
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