HRVY 'Nevermind' (Director's Cut) by Matthias Hoene
In the second part of his sci-fi epic for teen hearthrob HRVY, Matthias Hoene moves the action from neon-lit urban dystopia to the opposite extreme: the futuristic city is now covered by baked-hot drylands.
In Nevermind, the sequel to Hoene's previous HRVY video, for Me Bc of U, HRVY makes his way through the desert landscape to find his only chance of going back home. Along the way he meets a young friend who knows the whereabouts of the portal that will take him home, and helps guide him.
Throughout their journey they stumble across interesting characters that ultimately lead them into a tribal dance-off where they meet the queen of the tribe. it all leads to the deserted, post-apocalyptic city, where HRVY enters the portal and finds his way back home.
The end reveal shows him being confronted by the thugs in the previous video - only now he now has the future power glove to keep him out of trouble...
If you want to enjoy both parts of the HRVY-Hoene as one epic piece, you can do so here.
|Production Company||Partizan Darkroom|
|Executive Producer||Mayling Wong|
|Production Manager||Godfrey Matsika|
|1st AD||Travis Nel|
|Director of Photography||Fabian Vettiger|
|Focus Puller||Juan White|
|2nd AC||Mandla Dlamini|
|Art Director||Wayne Smith|
|Grading company||Company 3|
|Post production company||Frender|
|Post Producer||Max Colt|
|Director's Representation||Claire Stubbs @ Mouthpiece|
|Service Co Exec Producer||Liam Johnson|
|Service Producer||Lisha Gungadheen|
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