Luke Lovekin 'I Like It When You're Mean' by Graham Michael Roberts
Luke Lovekin experiences every stage of grief in one evening, in Graham Michael Roberts's film noir-inspired promo for I Like It When You're Mean.
Saying goodbye to a fizzled-out relationship, the artist is shown stalking an empty flat, as he drinks, smokes and bounces from room to room. And smokes some more.
The confident, sexually-charged performance blends perfectly with the gritty textures of the cinematography, creating a sense of allure and mystery, wrapped up in the enigma that is Lovekin.
A marvelous introduction to the artist, well-executed and engaging throughout.
|Director||Graham Michael Roberts|
|Producer||Graham Michael Roberts|
|Director of Photography||Ed Stone|
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