Die! Die! Die! 'How Soon Is Too Soon (It’s Not Vintage It’s Used)' by Dylan Pharazyn

Die! Die! Die! 'How Soon Is Too Soon (It’s Not Vintage It’s Used)' by Dylan Pharazyn
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New Zealander Dylan Pharazyn continues his run of intriguing and atmospheric videos for Die! Die! Die! with this strobtastic mystery. 

A mud-spattered woman tries to get away from an unseen spooky something, as a strange young girl spinning a ribbon has a weird supernatural effect on the scene. And when she's caught in a hypnotic assault of strobe light and weightless forces, a disturbing transformation takes place.

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Director
Dylan PharazynDylan Pharazyn website
Producer
Gayle Hogan
Production Company
Timbuctoo Studio
Director of Photography
Adam Luxton
Focus Puller
Asuka Sylvie
2nd AC
Caleb Macdonald
Gaffer
Spencer Locke-bonney
Art Dept
Gloria Griffen
Casting
  Adrian Dentice
Cast
Gemma Walsh, Lawree Goodwin, Peter Swartz, Naomi Yacyshen

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