Sega Bodega 'Salv Goes To Hollywood' by Jade Jackman
Jade Jackman directs an ensemble of youths "wasting time" in grungy claustrophobic rooms in the video for Salv Goes To Hollywood.
Inspired by an article Jackman read on how business managers were making toilets in workplaces tilted to prevent employees spending too much time on them, the video also draws from Marilyn Manson's Beautiful People and Wong Kar-Wai's 1995 film Fallen Angels.
Uniquely twisted in its vision, the art direction from Ranya El-Rafaey is superb, utilising sickly green hues and mould infested textures to create a decidedly grubby aesthetic. Sega's performance is suitably weird, as he spends a great deal of time sat on a toilet tweaking and scratching himself, infested by the contaminated environment.
|Production Company||Dogtooth Films|
|Director of Photography||Nathalie Pitters|
|Focus Puller||Lou Macnamara|
|2nd AC||Stefanie Oswald|
|Art Director||Ranya El-rafaey|
|Grading company||Glassworks Amsterdam|
|Other credits||Spark: Max Gregory Art Assistants: Hazel Low, Hannah Eccles, Edmund Bassett Production Runner: Jess Padgham DIT: Moyinoluwa Saka Cast: Sega Bodega, Coral Bevan, Nick Finegan, Tori West, Natasha L.D.C. Kasisopa-Campos, Black Venus, Earl James Atkinson, Shun Yin|
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