Machine Gun Kelly ft Halsey 'Forget Me Too' by Philip Andelman
Machine Gun Kelly and Halsey team up for a Noughties throwback, in Philip Andelman's video for Forget Me Too.
Jumping right into the action, MGK gets an itch he just can't scratch... so he slices open his skin, and out drops a Magic 8 ball, containing a trapped Halsey.
The frenetic visual charges through a series of setups where the on-screen couple just can't seem to let each other go, but maybe that is what fate has in store for them.
DoP Giles Dunning matches the hyperactive pacing with handheld camerawork and plenty of off-kilter angles, whilst Therapy Studios' subtle visual effects add to the sense of frenzied fun.
|Executive Producer||Jeff Pantaleo|
|Director of Photography||Giles Dunning|
|Art Director||Tatiana Van Sauter|
|Grading company||Company 3|
|VFX Company||Therapy Studios|
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