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About Runnin’ (Lose It All)
Produced by British record producer Naughty Boy, the 2015 song Runnin’ (Lose It All) features American singer Beyoncé and British singer Arrow Benjamin. The song reached number one in France and Scotland when it was released as well as the top 10 in the UK, Spain, Poland, New Zealand, and the Czech Republic.
The song received positive reviews on not just its beautiful vocals and the song’s arrangements but also the accompanying underwater music video. The music video was inspired by the 2014 short film Ocean Gravity, directed by real-life couple Julie Gautier and Guillaume Néry.
Gautier also directed the music video for Runnin’ (Lose It All) along with Charlie Robins while her husband Néry and champion free diver Alice Modolo star as a couple trying to reunite with each other underwater.
Watch the official music video:
Where Was the Music Video for Runnin’ (Lose It All) Filmed?
The music video was filmed at Rangiroa in French Polynesia over the course of four days. The lagoon’s fast current allowed for the forward momentum of Néry’s underwater running.
With no masks, nose clips or weights and having to perform in regular street clothes while underwater, shooting the music video was a challenge for Néry and Modolo but the safety and production team behind the scenes made sure that communication was always clear and strong.
Be sure to check out Modolo’s interview with Cosmopolitan for interesting details of the shoot.
You can also learn more about the making of the music video below:
Everything, Everything Movie
The song Runnin’ (Lose It All) was also used in the movie trailer for the American romantic drama film Everything, Everything (2017).
Watch the trailer for Everything, Everything below: