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?