Taylor Swift’s “Fifteen” video doesn’t get too literal
HollywoodNews.com: Taylor Swift already has a hit song with her track “Mine,” off her upcoming album and now she is ready to take the airwaves by storm with “Fifteen.”
The song was inspired by her high school days with young love in the air, but that’s not exactly where she wanted to go with the music video to accompany the song. Director Roman White told MTV, “Well, I think I really wanted this video to kind of be an evolution for Taylor. I mean, obviously it’s a high school song, but the last thing I wanted to do was shoot it in a high school. So I wanted to try something different, and I actually said to her, ‘I don’t think we should shoot in a high school.’ And I don’t think she wanted to either.”
He added, “I kind of came up with this idea like, let’s take the literal meaning of this song and watch it evolve in front of us … almost as a memory in your head.And create this world, so you walk in on this desolate desert and you start to sing about all these great memories you have … of everything you love [blooming] around you, and so we literally grew this garden around her.”
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