Kerby Jean-Raymond , founder of Pyer Moss directed the exploratory video that reimagines New York City if racism were flipped entirely on its head. White Americans experience emotional moments of discrimination and conflict throughout the clip. Billboard ads and subway ads provide a bit of a twisted experience as they point to this alternate world.
Kerby Jean-Raymond directed the exploratory visual.
In this conceptual video, a different universe is supposed: one where white people are denigrated and targeted across every aspect of their life, and Black people are the "default" face of government, police, oatmeal, and Christ. Kerby Jean-Raymond, designer and founder of high-end fashion label Pyer Moss , makes his directorial debut in this short film, co-written by Jean-Raymond and Cam Robert. The video puts the song's chorus—"Sue me, I'm rooting for everybody that's Black," a reference to Issa Rae's Emmy's red carpet interview —into a new context, and all the details of the video demand several rewatches. Many shots are composed with the clear intent of standing alone as still images; each could function as both an artistic statement and a screenshot meant to be shared on Twitter. The main character is played by actor Lucas Hedges, who makes his way through New York, from a housing complex to eventually visit his father in prison.
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