Emily Dickinson’s imagination knows no bounds. Meet Bee, a character Emily created to keep her company in a world in which no one seems to understand her:
Judging from the music video for “Afterlife,” Hailee Steinfeld is ready for Halloween. The singer and actress, who released the song ahead of her new dramedy Dickinson on Apple TV+, debuted the video for the song on Monday and we’re sufficiently creeped out.
It’s a solidly spooky three and a half minutes, including footage of Steinfeld being painfully corseted inside a box, crawling around a dollhouse with giant eyes, and hanging out in a desert while wearing a top hat (as one does). Of course, there are also quite a few gorgeous shots of her lounging around a picturesque field and wearing see-through dresses (again, as one does).
Actress, singer and Dickinson executive producer Hailee Steinfeld discusses the new Apple TV+ show and her song “Afterlife” with Zane Lowe: