Miss June 'Enemies' by Dylan Pharazyn
Are you afraid of leaf blowers? You might want to give them a wide berth after watching Enemies. Dylan Pharazyn directs this love panic attack for Aukland punk outfit Miss June.
In a labyrinthine stadium, a young couple are terrorised by a workforce of prowling strangers. Harmless at first, these intruders creep closer in rapid-fire visions. But in the free-fall of a tempestuous romance, the couple quickly forget them, and are cursed to repeat the same mistakes time and again.
Pharazyn’s video has both a punk energy and the ruthless pace of a contemporary slasher. Editor Lucas Baynes borrows a strobing effect from the horror genre, creating a world that oscillates between reality and paranoid delusion.
|1st AD||Hellen Robinson|
|Director of Photography||Adam Luxton|
|Focus Puller||Kelly Chen|
|2nd AC||Sarah Hallman / Esther Sanchez|
|Art Director||Svet Mateev|
|Make-up||Katie Melody Rogers|
|Post production company||Machine Room|
|Lead actor||Matt Sunderland|
|Lead actor||Emily Laurich|
|Other credits||Costume, Hair & MUA Standby: Katie Melody Rogers Truck Driver / Owner: Russell Buyer / Dresser: Leigh Stockton Camera: Imagezone Rickshaw Dolly: Spotty Funding: NZonAir Supporting Actors: Emile Boyle, Aaron Cue, Yoohoo Fujisawa, Ekta Tumar, David Grierson, Dallas Barnett|
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