“We Cry Together” – A Short Film

“We Cry Together” – A Short Film

Live recorded on March 15th, 2020

Directed by Jake Schreier, Dave Free & Kendrick Lamar
Starring Taylour Paige & Kendrick Lamar
Production Company: pgLang / project3 & Park Pictures
pgLang Executive Producers: Kendrick Lamar, Dave Free
Park Pictures Executive Producer: Jackie Kelman Bisbee
Producers: Jamie Rabineau & Cody Ryder
Line Producer: Clint Caluory
Coordinator: Drew Scott
Cinematographer: Adam Newport-Berra
Production Designer: Scott Falconer
Production Supervisors: Siena Brown, Craig Sherwood
Steadicam Operator: Dana Morris
Stylist: Dianne Garcia
Key Makeup: Tyron Machhausen
Key Hair: Jackie Martinez
Groomer: Maurice Manley II
Sound Mixer: Jay Patterson
Boom Operators: Rob Scott, Eric Ballew
Live Vocal Tracking: Matt Schaeffer, Johnny Kosich
Sound/Playback: Margaret Koldinger, Jonathan Snipes
Post-Production Sound: Charles Brown Jr.
VFX Supervision: Chris Buongiorno
Post Production: Neal Farmer
Color: Michael Rossiter

Thank you to our team at pgLang.

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28 Responses

  1. Michael Smith says:

    This song is like real life everyday people go through this unfortunately and I love how he Taps into reality and gives us great music like this Kendrick is to be celebrated classic material

  2. Highlight Heaven says:

    this is a masterpiece

  3. Forever says:

    The fact that he decided not to use the studio recording makes this feel so much more powerful. It feels more like a play than a song

  4. Ted Winn says:

    Kendrick’s level of artistry and storytelling is riveting and beautiful. He’s one of the most inspirational figures in the music industry. The song was SOO powerful lyrically we could imagine the visual, but this video takes the stimulation to the next level. KUDOS!!

  5. YoFonzz says:

    The one song on the Album I was hype to see as a video 🔥

  6. Eric Brito Fitness says:

    A kid from Compton manifested his vision and got the whole world listening K dot really inspiring the next generation

  7. OHDΔGEE says:

    I was there, 5 years ago. Thankfully we elevated out that. Wasn’t easy, had to unlearn a lot and learn even more. As a man speaking to other men, we gotta do better than this. We gotta fix ourselves or else we’ll stay getting into broken situations. We gotta be in constant elevation. Peace!

    • Ebonie Duniver says:

      Thank god u learned and fixed it! It’s so rare that men change especially when they have a woman that’s good to them! One that’s not in the streets n nobody knows her that’s not enough

  8. Schyzeno says:

    One awesome detail here is the name Dante S. this has to be a reference to the character Dante from the bonus track on GKMC: Collect Calls, where the speaker named Dante begs his Mum for help while awaiting trial. I’d assume the S. is for Dante Senior, so this character is Dante’s father who has left his mother to look after the son and is now here with a new partner arguing. Its really interesting to see Kendrick creating his own Kendrick lore which spans across each album through small inclusions in even bonus content like this!

  9. Jae B says:

    This goes to show you we gotta do better far as communication… Pictures exactly the same when I listened to it when it dropped. This is heavy.. WE GOTTA DO BETTER TALKING TO OUR PEOPLE!

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