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Beabadoobee 'Disappear' by Bedroom
In the third Beabadoobee video by directing duo Bedroom, Bea takes a train ride back in time...
In a development in the super-cute lo-fi aesthetic established in the previous clips for Dance With Me and If You Want To, Bedroom mix classic video styles with loads of charm to show the stumbling youthful romance at the heart of Disappear.
A painful parting on a real Tube station, shot on Super 8mm, gives way to Bea's 'train journey' shot in the studio on 16mm. Then she reflects upon life, towering over a train set. And then the relationship rewinds back to the beginning.
|2nd AC||James Malamatinas|
|Executive Producer||Kiran Mandla|
|Director of Photography||Pieter Synman|
|Focus Puller||Bernin Isaac|
|Producer||Joseph J Goldman|
|Art Director||Charlotte Buchan|
|Grading company||The Mill|
|Other credits||Spark - Craig Cambell Art Assistants - Katja Eastwood, Max Aspey-Kent PA - Georgiana Clark|
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