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Things Are Lookin’ Real Rough for Juan Wauters in the Artful ‘This Is I’ Video

Juan Wauters’ beautiful, somber Who, Me? cut “This Is I” now has a strange, unsettling, and — in its own way — beautiful music video to go along with it. Described as “life so far, and the belief and disbelief that comes with it,” the uncanny short documents a version of Wauters’ life “or how he remembers — in the unexplainable poetry of a dream.” The video opens with Wauters getting viciously attacked by a group of belt-wielding girls, coddled and healed by some kind-seeming women, and then sentenced to death by soccer. It’s all very artful. Make sense of it below.