Haim 'Right Now (Live)' by Paul Thomas Anderson

Haim 'Right Now (Live)' by Paul Thomas Anderson

Paul Thomas Anderson ushers in the return of Haim with a gorgeous 35mm live session.

The slow, creeping, voyeuristic aesthetic of the clip sits wonderfully within PTA's style - the master director is not afraid to let takes run exceptionally long (which seems counterintuitive in a music video) by not letting the camera cut until three minutes and forty seconds into a four and a half minute track. Instead, he lets the camera wander curiously around the studio, letting all the ambient sound filter in amongst the performance. It becomes immersive - as though you're walking through the performance yourself. Who needs VR when you have Kodak film?

Credits

Director
Paul Thomas Anderson
Producer
Sara Murphy
Producer
Albert Chi
Producer
Erica Frauman
Production Company
Ghoulardi Film Company
Production Company
m ss ng p eces
1st AD
Adam Somner
1st AC
Josh Friz
Colourist
Gregg Garvin

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