See Me Thru Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from Jan. 2021 LGBTQ+ Film Festival
FESTIVAL AUDIENCE FEEDBACK VIDEOS • 6m 39s
SEE ME THRU, 4min., USA, Music Video
Directed by Dejha Ti, Ania Catherine
The music video for “See Me Thru” celebrates the idea of consistency in a world that is overwhelmed by distraction. Directed by and co-starring real-life married couple Dejha Ti and Ania Catherine, the video for “See Me Thru” showcases the nuances of two women in love and brings to life the song’s message about seeing a relationship through to reap the benefits of commitment. Gandhi explains, “We are in a generation where we are bombarded with choice and with new ideas at an unprecedented rate! As a result, we move through ideas, jobs and people so quickly. This song is about valuing consistency – about seeing consistency as today’s new social currency.”
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