Promonews - 16th Sept 2020

Jovan Todorovic’s latest project is the quarantine-inspired music video for Japanese indie sensation Vaundy. Shot in Fukuoka, the video features a group of young people slowly venturing out into the empty city and, upon discovering each other, joining together in a celebratory dance that’s a joyful allegory to the (hopefully) ending of the pandemic and humanity slowly opening up again.

Featuring dancer and choreographer Yurina Goto and her team of dancers, 不可幸⼒ (Fukakouryoku) by Vaundy tells of a messy and dirty world; of a humanity consisting of scared, lonely, fragile and sensitive humans. One in which our insecurities and peculiarities are something that we all share. The song invites us to celebrate, love, and hold hands.

Credits

DirectorJovan Todorovic
ProducerSimon Amar
Production CompanyNAKAMA
Executive ProducerKenji Lepretre Sato
ChoreographerYurina Goto
Director's Rep (US)Anonymous Content

Promonews - 16th Sept 2020

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