Entertainment Music Margaret Qualley Stars with Shia LaBeouf in NSFW Music Video — Which Mom Andie MacDowell Calls 'Stunning' Singer Rainey Qualley said on Instagram that the video featuring her sister is "filled with love and pain and tenderness and rage and real pieces of my heart" By Cher Published on October 27, 2020 12:07 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Shia Labeouf, Margaret Qualley. Photo: getty images (2) Shia LaBeouf and Margaret Qualley have teamed up to take it all off. The two actors star in the music video for "Love Me Like You Hate Me" by the Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood star's sister, Rainey Qualley, who performs music under the name Rainsford. The video depicts the highs and lows of a relationship between 34-year-old LaBeouf's and Margaret's characters — including a lengthy sex scene interspersed throughout the nine-minute long video. "We made a short choreographed film to represent ‘Love Me Like You Hate Me’ starring my sister @MargaretQualley and Shia LaBeouf," Rainsford, 30, wrote on Instagram Friday. The video, choreographed by JA Collective, includes two different panels, showing the relationship from different points simultaneously. Shia LaBeouf and Margaret Qualley. Shia LaBeouf and Margaret Qualley. Andie MacDowell and Daughter Margaret Qualley Set to Star in Netflix's Maid Rainsford shared in her caption that the video is "filled with love and pain and tenderness and rage and real pieces of my heart." "Incredibly beautiful congratulations everyone involved," commented the Qualley sisters' mother, Andie MacDowell. "Stunning." Margaret, 26, shared several stills from the video on Instagram Friday as well, writing, "For @rainsford." Rainey Qualley, Andie MacDowell and Margaret Qualley. Rachel Murray/Getty Images Shia LaBeouf and Margaret Qualley. Olivia Wilde Directs Margaret Qualley in First Trailer for 'Wild and Strange' Short Film Wake Up "Love you so much Margo," Rainsford commented on the post. After working with her sister on the music video, Margaret is set to star with her mom in the upcoming Netflix series Maid. The show — based off Stephanie Land’s bestselling memoir Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive — will follow Margaret as a single mother who begins housekeeping to make ends meet, while MacDowell, 62, will play Paula, a self-proclaimed artist with an active love life who is battling inner demons.