Shia LaBeouf and Margaret Qualley play a pair going by way of a relationship’s ups and downs within the video for Rainsford’s ‘Love Me Like You Hate Me’.
Rainsford is the challenge of Qualley’s sister Rainey, who started sharing her music beneath the moniker in 2014.
The 10-minute video reveals the actors interpretatively dancing by way of fights and happier occasions, with two situations offered on the similar time by way of a split-screen impact. In accordance with a press launch, it “portrays the tenderness and toxicity of a relationship, presented from the dual, and at times conflicting, perspectives of a couple”.
It continues: “With a gently disorientating structure, the piece builds towards an open-ended resolution that loops back on itself, returning us to where we began.”
‘Love Me Like You Hate Me’ begins with gradual, droning synths earlier than constructing into an emotional piece of digital pop. “I wonder what you really think/And I wonder why you’re mean to me,” Rainsford sings at one level. Watch the video under now.
The video was choreographed by the JA Collective and produced by LaBeouf’s frequent collaborator Luke Turner. The cinematography was dealt with by Natasha Braier.
Margaret Qualley just lately appeared within the 2019 TV mini-series Fosse/Verdon and performed one among Charles Manson’s Household in Quentin Tarantino’s blockbuster As soon as Upon A Time… In Hollywood.
In the meantime, it was revealed earlier this 12 months that LaBeouf had written a movie about Brockhampton member Kevin Summary’s life. The script for Minor Modifications was printed on-line in January.
Summary beforehand spoke of the actor’s affect on the group’s album ‘Ginger’, saying: “Just hanging out with him and having conversations helped us to figure out what we wanted to make. One of the first times he came over to hang out with us, after he left, Dom and Bari started like the first three songs that made the album – that same night.”