The Japanese House 'Maybe You're The Reason' by Harvey Pearson
Harvey Pearson presents a story of urban isolation, and acceptance of yourself, for Amber Bain aka The Japanese House.
In the Maybe You're The Reason video, Pearson employs a subtle use of VFX in a minimalist setting, to establish existential loneliness, and to create a resonant symbol of improving mental health - an alter ego who watches over Bain, and ultimately, provide crucial support.
|Director of Photography||Ann Evelin Lawford|
|Executive Producer||Imogen Harrison|
|Production Manager||Jess Wylie|
|1st AD||Jack Meredith|
|Focus Puller||Ciro Candia|
|2nd AC||James Malamatinas|
|Hair & Make-up||Alice Howlett|
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