This is Siska’s music video Unconditional Rebel, and it might just be the shortest shoot ever. The video was filmed by French filmmaker Guillaume Panariello at 1000 frames/second with a Phantom flex 4k while the car drove alongside the road to capture the 5 jam-packed seconds of footage in super slow-motion. The car was driven at 30 miles per hour (50 km/h).
This is a real video performance, albeit in slow motion.
The sequence was made driving along in front of 80 extras doing all kinds of crazy things, who were placed along a 90-yard (80-meter) section of road in an industrial area of La Plaine de la Crau in France, a vast expanse of grass, gravel, and pebbles.
Behind the scenes filming of Unconditional Rebel:
The Vimeo description says it is a “living and dreamlike mural,” and it’s totally a music video.