Driving through the night, a young man is chased by someone looking just like himself. As he shakes off his haunter, his confidence grows, causing him to become dangerously unwary. Soon, his follower is back – involuntarily. Who outruns who?

  • Victoria Koberstein
    Breeze, Patrycia
  • Victoria Koberstein
    Breeze, Patrycia
  • Victoria Koberstein
    Breeze, Patrycia
  • Luca A. Hettling
  • Luca A. Hettling
    Key Cast
  • Makito Kumazawa
    Director of Photography
  • Victoria Koberstein
    Breeze, Patrycia
  • Niklas Seehausen
    Dramaturgic Advisor
  • Project Type:
    Music Video, Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Thriller, Western, Music Video
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 1 second
  • Completion Date:
    August 20, 2021
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  • Shooting Format:
    Digital 4K
  • Aspect Ratio:
    17:9 DCI
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
    Yes - School of Art and Design Kassel
  • Boden International Film Festival
    October 14, 2022
    Sweden Premiere
    Best Music Video Selection
  • TAKT Film Fest
    Novi Sad
    September 22, 2022
    European Premiere
    Music Video Selection
  • Panther City Film Festival
    Fort Worth, Texas
    United States
    July 13, 2023
    North American Premiere
    Best Music Video Nominee
Director Biography - Victoria Koberstein

Victoria Koberstein started her film studies in Chicago in 2014 and continued at the School of Arts and Design – Kunsthochschule in Kassel, focussing on Visual Communication in Film.

She writes, directs, produces and edits fictional short films, documentaries, music videos and dance films.

A continual collaborator is award-winning Director of Photography Makito Kumazawa as well as Musician & Composer Luca Alessandro Hettling.

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Director Statement

Working with musicians, it is really important to me to capture the lyrical as well as personal sense of a song and its artist. The video is a dive into subconscious waters: something is close to the surface but we won’t quite let it come up and breathe, we push it further down instead. But keeping these thoughts and feelings under water for too long will make them jump right out when we least expect it. I used the „Doppelgänger“-motive to visualize this conflict, a conflict that we can’t contend with others, only with ourselves.