The music of Daughn Gibson is melancholy enough without placing odd visuals to it, but what director Saam Farahmand has done is placed Daughn Gibson himself and Daughn’s music, in the misty woods with birds, pitbulls and pasty young girls and voila…magic. A lot of “questions”, run on throughout this interesting piece. Is it about gun control and forest fires?I don’t know people, stop asking me stupid questions. It’s indie and enigmatic and, for all intents and purposes, could be the most profound bit of film I’ve ever seen, if I can decode it. Let me know what you think. No seriously, let me know.
Another Hell stars
Here’s a DAZED article that features an interview with the director.