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Fixpen Sill and Lomepal occupate a hallucinatory world in Bye Bye, directed by Ilya & Roman.
The rappers explore the world in a series of surreal vignettes, crashing a car on the beach, performing in a neon room as their nose bleeds profusely and wondering an arid landscape. Ludovic Zuili elevates the concept with 360 degree spinning camera movements, creating a delirious energy to match the offbeat style.
A scattering of VFX in the final minute of the visual take it firmly into the realm of the bizarre, and it works perfectly. A fine piece of work, and looks like we will be seeing more from Ilya & Roman in the future.
|Director||Ilya & Roman|
|Executive Producer||Julie Mathieu|
|Director of Photography||Ludovic Zuili|
|Focus Puller||Just- Aurèle Meissionnier|
|2nd AC||Lucas Henriette|
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