Lady Gaga Gets Back to the Basics in Her New Film

Lady Gaga Gets Back to the Basics in Her New Film

The singer releases one of a series of videos.

Published September 26, 2011

If you’ve missed seeing Lady Gaga look, well, normal, her new film debut may be of interest to you. She has just released “You and I: Nymph,” a mostly black-and-white video where she twirls in ballerina and interpretive dance moves in a silky sheath for a little over two minutes. The dreamy like footage is shot in slow motion. In brief, it’s lovely.

Her fans will be thrilled to know that there are a series of films to follow this debut. USA Today reports that Gaga tweeted: "Have a surprise for LittleMonsters! Didn't just shoot 1 You and I music video. 5 more fashion films to come." The song is her fourth single from the album Born This Way.

Nicola Formichetti, Gaga’s stylist, helped her create what has been described by Reuters as a minimalist look and a far cry from her usual outlandish costumes. There is no release date for the remaining videos, also shot by famous Dutch fashion photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.

Written by Bryna Jean-Marie


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