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X Lovers 'Love' by Jessica Fee
Jessica Fee directs a love letter to Los Angeles, in her breezy video for X Lovers.
Cruising around the sun-drenched streets, the lo-fi visual for Love focuses purely on performance, as the duo make their way around various destinations in their neighbourhood.
Instead of using tourist hotspots or easily recognisable landmarks, Fee utilises non-descript rooftops and shots from inside a moving car, capturing the city in a more charming and authentic light.
The layering of different visuals creates a homemade, almost scrapbook-style aesthetic, which leans into the themes and overall concept of the project.
|Director of Photography||Yahna Harris|
|Focus Puller||Bryan Sih|
|2nd AC||Rob Webster|
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