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.
RL Grime & Graves 'Arcus' by Arnaud Bresson
A gang of apparently normal urban youth gather at freezing nightfall to perform supernatural magic tricks, in this edgy clip from an up-and-coming director with a famous name, Arnaud Bresson, for French dance producers RL Grime and Graves.
Filmed in the outskirts of Paris in the neighbourhood of La Noue, the cast of magicians is a fusion of actors and local youth. Their raw performances and the stripped-back cinematography by Paul Guilhaume are catalysts to the thrilling, subversive video.
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