Brother Leo 'Shine' by Leopold
Brother Leo goes on a hunt for hope through a colourful maze of geometric buildings, in Leopold's video for Shine.
He is reminded - by seeing his younger self - of a time long ago when he could hold this good stuff in the palms of his hands. And the sun is shining over the rolling waves as he sets out on his quest to recover his hidden treasure.
There are certainly worse places to be than this gorgeous Spanish location...
"A little boy (the young artist from the past) receives some mysterious crystals. These help him to escape rough times and daydream. He decides to go on a little journey to bury his source of escapism keeping in mind he actually is 'saving himself some hope for later'.
"Then, we see the artist (Brother Leo) remembers his journey from a long time ago and as he is going through some rough times. He decides to dig out his 'hope' from its secret location, only to find out they become blunt and were destroyed by time and the soil. He throws them to the ground understanding this all was just a silly young boy's imagination.
"But suddenly, a flock of fireflies starting to fly out of the crystals reminding Brother Leo to keep on being positive and believing that thing can and will get better."
|Production Company||Ob Management Production Services|
|Executive Producer||Sam Holmes|
|Production Manager||Javaier Alonso|
|1st AD||Sam Barnham|
|Director of Photography||David Wright|
|Focus Puller||Nick Coleman|
|2nd AC||Carmen Del Campo|
|Art Director||Lottie Highfield|
|Grading company||The Mill|
|Other credits||Production Assistant: Sidney Arthur Drone Operator: Erik Garcia Spark: Grip Valencia Stylist: Natalia Salvador Ivorra MUA: Chantelle Pantelides Runner: Begona Martinez Runner: Ruben Santonja|
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