Behind the Scenes: Wild and Crazy Music Video Day 3

Day 3 of the Wild and Crazy shooting episodes was solemnly unique to any other video production set I’ve been on.

The setting was the Seoul National Cemetery, a place where a vast number of veterans lay to rest. A fog hung over the grounds. It had rained all night, so everything was damp and soggy. The streets were covered with that slick — it just rained for the first time in a long time — slipperiness. So much so, that I witnessed a car accident between a large earth moving truck and a tiny commuter car as I waited for the other members of our crew to join me.

Accident aside, it was a peaceful and serene setting. I spotted a blue heron resting on the shore of a pond. Newly sprouted cherry blossom petals seemed to snow down upon us as we set up for the shoot. Horns could be heard playing throughout the cemetery. There was less joking around than previous days. Both the director Marco Tessiore and the artist Dusten Wes speak of this serenity in the video above.

There should only be one, maybe two days of shooting left before the Wild and Crazy music video goes to post production.

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~ by ripcitytoseoul on May 23, 2011.

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