Video Review: Mora, Bad Bunny & Sech “Volanda (Remix)”

Lit in royal blue, a twentysomething woman lies on the bed. Bad Bunny smokes as he stands within a blighted airplane. Mora rolls down the window and looks out of it as the person drives the car. Mora walks past two airplanes at the airport. The twentysomething woman picks up the rotary phone on the nightstand and makes a call.

Mora talks to the twentysomething on his cell phone as he walks to the helicopter. Bad Bunny reads the graffiti on the blighted airplane as he sits by the window. Sech stands on the tarmac at night. He sits in the backseat of the car as the person drives in the city at night. Sech and Mora dance on the tarmac. Mora, Sech and Bad Bunny dance by the blighted airplane.

The twentysomething woman puts on blush in the bathroom. Mora hangs out of his seat inside the helicopter and looks at the city below. Lit in violet, she talks on the phone as she sits by the window. The light from the helicopter shines on her. She hangs up the phone.

Rating: 3.5/5

Mora walks out of the helicopter and knocks on the twentysomething woman’s door. She throws her arms around him and says she didn’t expect him to arrive so fast. He tells her they left as soon she got her call. She invites him inside and asks him if he wants something to drink.

Mora sips his drink and asks her about her boyfriend. She tells him they broke up last week. Mora tells her he’s sorry. The twentysomething woman says it’s okay. Her ex-boyfriend thought she had feelings for someone else. Mora raises his eyebrows. The twentysomething woman tells him it was because of him.

They laugh in bed together. She tells him she likes being with him. He kisses her on the cheek. She puts her hand on his chest and says she feels better. He holds he hand and says he’d do anything for her. She says he has probably has to get back. He flew into the country for her. Stroking his cheek, he says he doesn’t intend on leaving.

Director: P.The Chemist Year: 2021

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Pam Avoledo spends her time binge-watching classic teen dramas and stands firm in her pro-Leyton stance. She also received her journalism degree in 2006 from Oakland University. Her work has been published in the White Wall Review, Sledgehammer Lit , Greatest City Collective & 45 Magazine and forthcoming in Daily Drunk Mag\'s Kristofia anthology.