Oscar Hudson recently directed the video for Bonobo’s track No Reason, a mind-bending trip through the house of a Japanese recluse. For the film to be shot in-camera without CGI, Oscar and his team built an intricate, 18-layer set, with every item in the room – plus the room itself – created 18 times at decreasing size.
At Nicer Tuesdays, Oscar took us behind the scenes of this incredible project, sharing photos, anecdotes and secrets from the set, and showing the minute detail to which the team went to make this entrancing video.
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