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Lost Frequencies ft. Aloe Blacc 'Truth Never Lies' by Blake Claridge
A woman escapes her suffocating circumstances in this nervy dance video by Blake Claridge for Lost Frequencies, featuring Aloe Blacc.
Reflecting upon her relationship, and her suffocating life inside a chic California bungalow, the woman begins to dance, almost involuntarily, and the video culminates in a rousing dance on a platform overlooking the city. The woman is overlooked by a manicured version of herself, in a gold evening dress.
The video is a great showcase for dancer Katie Malia, who inhabits the frustrated duality of her character through her movement and posture.
|Executive Producer||Juan Torres - Uk|
|1st AD||Isaac Heckert|
|Director of Photography||Mack Fisher|
|Focus Puller||Quinton Rodriguez|
|2nd AC||Joe Ashi|
|Art Director||Tricia Robertson|
|Editing company||The Quarry|
|Lead actor||Katie Malia|
|Lead actor||Jacob Anton|
|Director's Representation||Andy @las Bandas|
|Other credits||Sound Design: Giselle Hall @Craft Steadicam: Luke Rihl US Service Production Company: SixTwentySix US Exec Producer: Austin Barbera & Jake Krask US Head Of Production: Bronwen Klem UK Producer: Viggo Blegvad Illustrator: Aurelija Salickaite Special Thanks: Anna Cartwright, Duncan Groves, Molly Strasser, Lani Richmond, Samantha Welauch.|
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