Rob Ulitski - 12th Aug 2020

Bjarke Underbjerg directs a poignant promo for singer-songwriter LÉON’s track, Chasing A Feeling.

In a follow-up to Underbjerg's finely wrought video for the Swedish artist's And It Broke My Heart, Lotte Lindgren - aka LÉON - is featured recovering from immense heartbreak, getting through the process with help from two of her best friends. The love interest in question is not revealed until the latter half of the video, when LÉON retraces the moments and memories that led to her current situation, emphasising the act of getting over him rather than the time spent in his company. 

Beautifully shot by DoP Søren Kahr, the soft and hazy aesthetic is built around low-light situations and intimate, handheld shots, creating a romantic yet yearnful style. The use of the beach location at sunset also adds a sense of drama and cinematic flair, perfectly encapsulating the themes in the track.

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Credits

DirectorBjarke Underbjerg
ProducerChristian Lønhart
ProducerMelanie Dastmalchi
Executive ProducerCarla Mooney
Executive ProducerDelwyn Mooney
Production ManagerMelanie Dastmalchi
1st ADChristian Lønhart
Director of PhotographySøren Kahr
Focus PullerGustav Stork
SteadicamFlemming Laybourn
GafferKristoffer Bruhn
Make-upBela De Sousa
StylistRita Holm
EditorBjarke Underbjerg
EditorSøren Kahr
ColouristLasse Marcussen
Grading companyCameo
VFXRyan Zum Mallen
Director's Rep (US)Reprobates
LabelBMG
Other creditsProduction Company (Denmark): Isaac Runner: Kenny Plough-Jørgensen Costumier: Emilie Fabricius Hacke Cast: Lotta Lindgren (LÉON), Sofia Cukic, Stephanie Nguyen

Rob Ulitski - 12th Aug 2020

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