Having helmed Carhartt WIP’s Spring/Summer 2015 campaign as his directorial debut a few months back, Joshua Gordon recently embarked on an adventure to Thailand, shooting portraits of prostitutes for an upcoming book and kicking it with a feared Bangkok bike gang for has first full-length documentary. While this isn’t that, it’s certainly eye-catching all the same. Marking Gordon’s second endeavor with Carhartt’s contemporary subsidiary, this year’s fall/winter campaign film — shot in 16mm — sees the director taking cues from organic, fast-paced favorites like Gerald Kargl’s Angst and Matthieu Kassowitz’s acclaimed La Haine. Fierce and moody, the resulting montage “could be the trailer of some trippy tragedy.”
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