Ghostpoet 'Woe Is Meee' by Savannah Setten

Ghostpoet 'Woe Is Meee' by Savannah Setten
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Savannah Setten's video for Ghostpoet creates a portrait of an ageing nightfly, wearily contemplating his existence, before another evening of fun and games rolls around again.   

It turns out our grizzled hero is still a magnet for the party girls - and also Obaro (Ghostpoet), who makes a cameo - before the old guy's utmost desires are revealed. Wistful and witty, this is a milieu associated with Bukowski and Nick Cave, but it works really well for Ghostpoet's stripped-back, lounge-lizard groove on Woe Is Meee. 

From the director

SAVANNAH SETTEN:

"Depicting the darker, emotional response I had to the track led me to build a world around an atypical senior citizen (played by John O'Brien) who at 70, finds himself in a society openly discussing gender neutrality, and chooses to address his deepest most insular struggles around sexuality and persona.”

Credits

Director
Savannah Setten
Producer
Nancy Ryan
Production Company
Black Dog FilmsBlack Dog Films website
Executive Producer
Martin Roker
Art Director
Anthony Neale
Make-up
Alice Boxall-knowles
Editor
Edward Hanbury
Editing company
Trim
Colourist
Joseph Bicknell
Post production company
CHEATCHEAT website
Director's Representation
Holly Wolfers
Label
PIAS
Stylist
Frankie Markot
Director of Photography
Aaron Reid
Focus Puller
Simon Lakos
Production Assistant
Holly Wolfers

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