Shura 'What's It Gonna Be?' by Chloe Wallace

Shura 'What's It Gonna Be?' by Chloe Wallace
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This lovely video, giving a refreshing modern twist to the delights of the classic John Hughes high school drama, is a wonderful vehicle for Shura and her early Madonna-referencing, Haim-worrying What's It Gonna Be? It's also a very impressive first music video by Chloe Wallace since signing to CANADA.

There's plenty of CANADA in here, with an attention to art direction and period detail that is the company's signature strength. But ultimately this delivers that timeless feeling of young love - the struggles, indecision, anxiety, and excitement - in a delightful way. It's partly tongue in cheek, but not so much. And anyone with half a heart has got to be cheering these guys on by the end.

Credits

Director
Chloe Wallace
Producer
Karen Sauri
Producer
Claudia Mallart
Producer
Laura Serra
Head Of Production
Alba Barneda
Production Company
CANADACANADA website
Executive Producer
Oscar Romagosa
Production Manager
Maria Carboni
1st AD
Vicky Mullor
Director of Photography
Fran Rios
Wardrobe
Laura Vandal
Make-up
Javier Ceferino
Editor
Carlos Font Clos
Post production company
Alvaro P Posadas
Director's Representation
Joceline Gabriel
Commissioner
Emily Tedrake
Label
Polydor Records
Head Of Production
Alba Barneda

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