We have relatively little information about this video, but here comes an interesting project: Jonathan Rados's "Nothing is better" short, three-part film uses music from Broken Note, Subheim, Hecq and Clark to dress a rather personal, dark and slightly unsettling atmosphere.
You can watch the video here or below. We've also copied its description below, to help understand what this film is about.
This video is a personal project that I made with my friend France. Since the purpose of the project, which is an exercise that idea totally reflected and ordered the shooting was done on a daily basis. The great interest of this video was the second part, which is not a Videoshoot but a Photoshoot. Many photos have been taken to render like that with After Effects. Although the report is not up to my expectations. I have not done well this part. I took the opportunity to include songs that I like and that are mostly distributed by the label Ad Noiseam.
Part 1: The woman comes home after a day of exhausting work. Like any other for that matter.
Part 2: It's rebirth. Appreciate the little things. Undress as being alone at home.
Part 3: This is madness. There is nobody else. Nothing exists.