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Breathtaking Video: Red Epic, Champion Freediver Submerged for Four Minutes

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NoFilmSchool's Robert Hardy reports on a the unusual technique music video for Highly Suspect's single, "Lydia." In it, we see world champion freediver Marina Kazankova submerged at the bottom of a swimming pool for four minutes. All the action was captured via RED Dragon in 6K. The piece links to a set of tech details from production company Pier Pictures' site where additional behind-the-scenes material's scheduled to go up soon.

Here's the astonishing result:

Highly Suspect - Lydia (Official Video / Dir. Cut) from pier pictures on Vimeo.



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