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Middle Kids 'R U 4 ME?' by W.A.M. Bleakley
A young boy escapes a brutal reform school and discovers a new skill, in W.A.M Bleakley's poignant promo for Australian band Middle Kids.
The video for R U 4ME? centres around a youth training establishment, where a strict leader keeps a watchful eye on a group of kids, bending and moulding them into a military archetype.
Unfolding in a cinematic way, the narrative takes a hard turn at the climax, offering a heartfelt resolution and moment of feelgood fun.
Bill Bleakley and DoP Gregoire Liere balance authenticity with stylisation, combining a mix of dramatic camera moves and documentary-style stillness, perfectly encapsulating the mood and tone of the project.
|Production Company||Swag Film|
|Director of Photography||Gregoire Liere|
|Focus Puller||Steph Furdek|
|Art Director||Laura Murray|
|Post production company||Forager|
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