In the two years since the offshoot line's inception, Louis W for A.P.C. drops have always been accompanied by thought-provoking films or visuals, and the most recent is no exception. Titled "Audition," the film is mainly composed of a tight shot on the face of a young high school dropout with two black eyes being interviewed by a director. His answers are clipped and cavalier. The interview is interspersed with lush shots of the young man running around an unspecified city with a couple of lads in classic Louis W.-style short jackets with shearling collars, looking up to no good. The intriguingly ambiguous visuals are soundtracked by a foreboding, sparse composition by producer Max Barbaria. Watch the video above and get excited (and maybe slightly nervous) for latest Louis W. for A.P.C. collection, browse it here.