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Devilish, The Deed takes its name from the track by Marie Fisker, Danish actress and lead singer for Trentemøller, soundtrack of the video. Made by Karmachina, the video recalls the cinematography of David Lynch with its atmosphere and strong, dark and elegant women. An indistinct female figure moves through different environments that create focus on the many aspects of her personality, the same that drive the Vic Matié collection. In a timeless place a diva, played by Italian actress Micaela Ramazzotti, sings a love song.

Karmachina is a project founded in 2013 by film makers Vinicio Bordin, Paolo Ranieri and Rino Stefano Tagliafierro with which the three directors create audiovisual installations that unite deep work on content with aesthetics and entertainment.

Micaela Ramazzotti is one of the most versatile Italian actresses. She has worked with Paolo Virzì, Francesca Archibugi, Pupi Avati, Carlo Verdone and Daniele Lucchetti but has also participated in two of the most interesting independent Italian films of recent years: Bellas Mariposas (Pretty Butterflies) by Salvatore Mereu and Più Buio di Mezzanotte (Darker than Midnight) by Sebastiano Riso presented at Cannes 2014. She won a David di Donatello and two Nastri d’Argento.

Marie Fisker is a Danish singer whose music brings together rock and roll, progressive pop and folk music with a cinematic approach that she herself defines as being very neat the atmosphere created by David Lynch. She was lead singer for the world tour of Trentemøller, one of the most influential electronic musicians of the first decade of the millennium.