Rob Ulitski - 6th Aug 2019

In Canadian director Lucas Hrubizna's stirring video for Sam Tudor, we follow two teens as their lifeless bodies float through the halls of their high school. 

lacing the actors in a range of setups either facing away, or with their faces obscured, Hrubizna follows the song lyrics like a script, achieving a balance between realism and concept.

The camera is in constant motion, to mirror the teens being drawn to something, and the nods to artwork such as René Magritte’s Not To Be Reproduced create haunting imagery within the scenes. The careful use of VFX in this impressive video helps to keep things looking naturalistic, and gives the final shot real impact. 


DirectorLucas Hrubizna
ProducerJoaquin Cardoner
Director of PhotographyBlake Davey
Production designerCharlie Hannah
EditorLucas Hrubizna

Rob Ulitski - 6th Aug 2019

Related Content


Elderbrook 'Broken Mirror' by Jordan Rossi

Elderbrook's cinematic track Broken Mirror becomes the vehicle for an authentic story, showcasing the issues facing many Queer people in 2021, helmed by director/photographer Jordan Rossi …

Promonews - 9 days ago


Forest Blakk 'Fall Into Me' by James Fitzgerald

James Fitzgerald directs an unlikely love story for Forest Blakk's Fall Into Me, when a shopping mall worker strikes up a relationship with an after-hours cleaner - who's half-human, half-wolf.

Rob Ulitski - 3 days ago

Latest News