Grand Blanc 'Surprise Party' by Max Vatblé
A two-fisted tale of warring twin brothers in Grand Blanc's Surprise Party, a video by new Division signing, the 23 year old Max Vatblé - a punishing yet gorgeous visual feast, with a heavy Drive vibe.
And it's also a slow burner, matching the languid synth pop track, with the rich colours and art direction reflecting the molten anger that is being released after a long period of simmering hostility.
But at the end that we discover that the confrontation between the twins is not what it appears...
|Line Producer||Mounia Mebarki|
|Director of Photography||Nicolas Loir|
|1st AD||Mark Zarka|
|Production designer||Didier Billet|
|Editor||Roxane Faure Huet|
|Post production company||Home Digital Pictures|
|Post Producer||Bianca Benloukil|
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