The ballad's video opens with a shot of a piano on a pier and from there we see a close-up of Cyrus, Hemsworth's feet and then back to the piano. Soon Cyrus is playing the piano and continues to do so for most of the video. In fact, when she isn't sharing longing looks or locking lips with Hemsworth, she's at the piano, playing it in the woods, at the beach and in her front yard.
There are shots of Cyrus singing about her dream boy in the woods and in fields of wheat. Her scenes with Hemsworth are incredibly relaxed and natural, no doubt due to the fact that the pair are a real-life couple. Although the video's only overt reference to "The Last Song" is the romance between Cyrus and Hemsworth, it's pretty clear by the locale and the aforementioned storyline that this is meant to get Cyrus' fans excited for the film's release.
Cyrus is definitely growing up, something she's wanted to prove to the world for a while now. And although there's nothing particularly jarring in the clip, the vibe shows that Cyrus is most certainly ready to leave "Hannah Montana" behind.
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