This video follows childhood friends Frankie and Victor as they negotiate the world of early adolescence, landing somewhere between friendship and romance, and struggling against their slow drift apart.
Inspired by the look and feel of films such as "Manic" (2001), we wanted to create something that had grit without the inherent glamour. The old camcorder used in filming offered a raw and intimate window into Frankie and Victor's relationship.
Shot in New York City on a shoestring budget, the project was brought to life by a talented group of young women who wanted to tell a story about kids and drugs, that ultimately isn't about kids and drugs— a muted throw-back to the mid-2000s, and to the total confusion we felt as we meandered into the adult world.
Made for Toronto-based electronic artist Little Ghost's EP "Ecstasy".
The video premiered September 2015, exclusively on IX Daily: http://www.ixdaily.com/the-buzz/watch-little-ghosts-music-video-molly-holly-pruner