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The Blaze 'Queens' by Jonathan and Guillaume Alric
For their new track Queens, Jonathan and Guillaume Alric of The Blaze have created a highly emotive, cinematic narrative and video.
It tells the story of youth and friendship but also painful loss, conveying the most intense of human emotion and capturing the euphoric highs and crushing lows.
Another brilliantly executed piece by the duo, from the direction to acting to camera work, that brilliantly accompanies their beautifully atmospheric sound. And a worthy successor to their earlier triumphs.
|Director of Photography||Nicolas Loir|
|Producer||Horace De Gunzbourg|
|Set design||Jean Miel|
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