Ama 'Monochrome' by Arnaud Bresson
French director Arnaud Bresson brings a new eye to London life for the debut single of Ama. It's called Monochrome, but this is far from it.
It's a special day for the young singer, who is perparing for a special, unconventional ceremony of love - even, perhaps, her wedding. That brings a very cool and colourful aesthetic to her neighbourhood.
|1st AD||Jerôme Franck|
|Director of Photography||Zack Spiger|
|Art Director||Florie Vitse|
|Director's Representation||OB Management|
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