Rob Ulitski - 11th Oct 2019

Swedish singer-songwriter Brother Leo is trapped in memories of past love in Barcelona, directed by Sashinski.

Featuring a series of vignettes with Leo and his love interest getting intimate in picturesque locations, the transience of every scene represents the speed at which time flies by, leaving little time for reflection until it's over. The main focus is on the small moments between the pair - a glance, a stolen smile, uncontrollable laughter.

The performances highlight the very best moments of being in love, but as Leo starts to come to terms with the end, the visuals start to degrade, becoming more and more fantastical and less realistic. This world is now inaccessible to him, aside from in his head, so the rose-tinted glasses have painted the past as something beautiful and untouchable. 

It's emotional and poignant, and a great match to the wistful and powerful track. 

PRO Credits

Credits

DirectorSashinski
ProducerRyan Morgan
Executive ProducerToby Walsham
1st ADDavid Ceballos
Director of PhotographyMarc Miró
Focus PullerAlvaro Rodriguez
SteadicamAlvaro Carlo
GafferMario Lerma
Art DirectorLaura Negro
WardrobeLaura Marouf
Hair & Make-upMiguel Valles
EditorAmanda Jenkins
Editing companyTenThree
ColouristGeorge Neave
Grading companyCoffee & TV
Post production companyCoffee & TV
Post ProducerClaudia Burns
VFXBorja Marting
Lead actorJazmin Print
Lead actorJakub Franasowicz
CommissionerKat Cattaneo
LabelSony Music
LabelColumbia
Service ProducerJavier Alonso
Other creditsOFFLINE PRODUCER - JULIAN MARSHALL MGMT - JOSIE WILKINSON SPECIAL THANKS JAVIER ALONSO

Rob Ulitski - 11th Oct 2019

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