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Supernaive (ft. Nal) 'Forget Me Now' by Antoine Bal
Two friends explore hyperactive Tokyo streets in Antoine Bal's enigmatic video for Forget Me Now.
As they ride through country landscapes in search of meaning and adventure, the boys stumble across a pair of masks. The unique designs are a symbol of enternal youth in Japanese Noh theatre, allowing the music to give life to the characters as they go on a hallucinatory yet poetic trip around the buzzing city.
SUPERNAIVE consists of two brothers – bound by blood and music – who live between Paris and Tokyo. They blend electronic and acoustic music with a unique and delicate touch. This genre hybrid is cleverly translated to the screen by director Antoine Bal, as he mixes traditional photography and light effects with frenetic shots of the action-packed setting.
|Executive Producer||Nassim Gouaini|
|Director of Photography||Antoine Bal|
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