Paul Walker is gone, but he’ll never be forgotten. Hollywood has come together to mourn their fallen friend, and now the late ‘Fast And Furious’ actor is featured in Natalia Safran’s video for ‘All I Feel Is You,’ a song from the soundtrack of one of Paul’s final movies, ‘Hours.’
Paul Walker‘s untimely death on Nov. 30 sent shockwaves through the Hollywood community, with colleagues, friends, and family all paying tribute to the beloved star. Now, Natalia Safran has released the music video for “All I Feel Is You” — which features scenes from one of Paul’s final films, Hours — and dedicated it to Paul. Check out Natalia’s video (and her sweet words to Paul) below.
Paul Walker Appears In Natalia Safran Music Video
So sweet! Natalia has taken “All I Feel Is You” — the main song from one of Paul’s final films, Hours — and turned it into a tribute to Paul. In Hours, Paul plays a man struggling to save his newborn baby girl in a New Orleans hospital during Hurricane Katrina — which was likely an emotional role for Paul, given his close relationship with his daughter, Meadow. Natalia chose to honor Paul on the music video’s official YouTube page:
“Video for the official track of ‘Hours’, a dramatic thriller starring Paul Walker and Genesis Rodriguez,” Natalia writes. “The video was filmed as an homage to the movie, a haunting story of a man faced with unimaginable circumstances, struggling to save his new born baby girl in a New Orleans hospital during hurricane Katrina. Paul delivers an incredible performance with electrifying intensity and truth. To know this is his last film is heartbreaking.
The song and the video were an ode to lost love and an unbreakable connection. Now they must be a farewell. A farewell to an incredible man and a dear friend. We wanted to honor his memory and his inspiring life and hope this video does it in some small way.
All profits from the single benefit Paul’s first responder organization Reach Out WorldWide https://www.roww.org. Please donate, support it and keep Paul’s vision alive!”
It’s so nice to see Paul’s friends and family keeping his memory alive. What do you think of the video, HollywoodLifers?
— Shannon Miller