Jordan Max 'MMMG' & 'Kingdom' by David M. Helman
Jordan Max rides his motorbike into the wide open, empty spaces of Wyoming, in David Helman's richly atmospheric video for two tracks from Max's album Tales Of Us.
In the first part, for Me, Mary, My Guitar, Max's journey takes him through the plains, from day to night, and arriving in Wind River, WM.
In Kingdom, elements of a narrative add heft to the atmosphere, and Max's performances. There's a girl, a payout at an Indian reservation casino, an assignation at a gas station.
But mainly Helman keeps the narrative tantalisingly out of reach, so we focus on Max and his existential loneliness.
|Director||David M. Helman|
|Production Company||Partizan Darkroom|
|Director of Photography||Trevor Wineman|
|Editing company||Exile Edit|
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