Jack White's music video for "Would You Fight For My Love?" proves that it doesn't always take days of shooting and weeks of production to make a compelling piece of film. The video was, "conceptualized, produced and shot within a 24-hour period," White shared in an official statement. It's an impressive product for something that was created in such a small window of time, and on top of the shooting and production, White managed to get a snazzy new haircut as well. No one can argue that those sideburns are anything but fantastic.
The narrative follows White in the Cruise Room at the Oxford Hotel in Denver while he sings of his desires for a woman at the other end of the bar. The signature blue color scheme that White has been using on stage as a solo artist is also present in the new video. The eerie blue tone mirrors his impassioned lyrics and the moody affect of the bluesy tune. Throughout the video, White and the mysterious woman fade in out of the scenery like ghosts, adding another level to the bizarre story director Robert Hales weaves. The two lovers never share a moment, not even a hello, and go their own ways at the end of the music video. Once again, White leaves his audience with more questions than answers.
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