This is a low budget music video I directed and shot for the Chicago artist Starina. The video is an exploration into voyeurism and control in juxtaposition to the song's message of a woman who allows herself to used by a man who will never respect or love her. This was shot with a Panasonic HVX200. The set was designed and built by Jay Neander and Scott Coleman. It was produced through Popskull and Red Clark did the post. The video has a cameo by the drummer of the Chicago band Tell Your Friends.