Mathilda Homer 'I'm Sorry' by Reuben Bastienne-Lewis
Mathilde Homer arrives at a café to deliver a heartfelt mea culpa in Reuben Bastienne-Lewis's clever one-shot video for I'm Sorry.
Demonstrating the subjectivity of time - and in particular the idea that hours can fly by when you're having 'make or break' conversations with loved ones - Bastienne-Lewis achieves a seamless transition from day to night and then back again, from the moment Mathilde takes her seat to address the important person in her life, represented by the camera.
The singer-songwriter's affecting performance reflects the track - which speaks on the stages of wanting to open up and resolve but only being able to muster up an apology (or several) - and keeps the audience riveted.
|Production Company||Black Eye Films|
|Executive Producer||Ed Fairweather|
|Executive Producer||Spencer Young|
|1st AD||Joey Barlow|
|Director of Photography||Alfred Thirolle|
|Focus Puller||Ollie Pearson Pajtra|
|2nd AC||Patrycja Cygan|
|Art Director||Lara Jensen|
|Grading company||Rascal Post|
|Other credits||Production Assistant - Zere Sevin Desk Op - Rachel Moule Spark - Owen Porter Spark Trainee - Saber Naffati Art Assistant - Tyler Jade Fowler BTS - Isaac Confino Cast - Anas El Aouad Ouahbii, August Sombatkamrai, Maddy Carver, Saskia Blow, Anouk Margoliese-Ferrolho, Alfredo Guzman, Africa Berezicki-Stevens, Danny Casio Management - Tom Street Special Thanks To - The Peckham Pelican, KO Film Lighting|
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