22.11.11 by Jeff

No Way

“No Way” by The Naked and Famous.

The Naked and Famous No Way music video directed by Special Problems

Watch the music video below!


Directed by Special Problems.

http://www.thenakedandfamous.com/













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Kyeoung-min Ha

    nice song nice work!!

  • i kind of want to break things in slow motion now.

  • Gg

    Love the collaborations between The Naked & The Famous and Special Problems but this is disappointing.

    Massive cliche to film just about anything overcranked, knowing people will drool over it.

    Poor man’s rip off of Woodkid/Iron.

    Repetition of a lot of shots – indeed ran out of shots almost half way through.

    Bad Compositing.

  • Aimee

    This is so weird. I have just been making a music video in my A2 Media Studies to this song, and all the stylistics and cinematography and mise-en-scene are very similar. But I love it. Just wish I’d beaten the professionals.





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