The Weeknd 'In Your Eyes' by Anton Tammi
Anton Tammi teams up with Abel Tesfaye, aka The Weeknd, for their chilling fourth collaboration, In Your Eyes.
Picking up right where he left off in After Hours, we see the artist brandishing a knife just as the elevator doors close, followed by a cacophony of gutwrenching screams.
On the run, the girl from the elevator - played by Zaina Miuccia - is helpless as The Weeknd stalks her, embodying the foreboding threat of an '80s slasher villain. It's a blood soaked trip through anachronistic Los Angeles, echoing the same hallucinatory vibes as the previous visuals from the album, with a decidedly more gruesome aesthetic.
With a climax that flips the concept on its head - and leaves Abel without his head - this is another masterful work from Tammi, who ends the series on a weird and wonderful high.
|Executive Producer||Saskia Whinney|
|Director of Photography||Oliver Millar|
|Art Director||Miranda Lorenz|
|Lead actor||Zaina Miuccia|
|Other credits||Title Design: Aleksi Tammi|
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