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Lloren 'More' by Sophie Chatfield
Sex is on the brain in Lloren's video for More.
Focusing on a dinner party full of French Renaissance-era styled guests, the upscale occasion soon turns hot and heavy as the conversation turns to sex, delving into double entendres and questionable bouncy props.
The video, directed by Sophie Chatfield, is a wild ride full of bananas, finger foods and a never-ending flow of alcohol, like Rihanna's S&M, only less surreal and hypnotic, and further back in history...
"More is about sexual liberation," says Lloren. "Societal expectations can leave us feeling restricted in what we can say and how we can express ourselves sexually. With freedom comes judgement. The video challenges the ideas that society has set out for us.”
|Director of Photography||Adam Fontaine|
|Art Director||Sophie Chatfield|
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