David Knight - 27th Apr 2009

Adam Smith, who was busy last year directing the BBC's acclaimed adaptation of Little Dorrit, makes a very welcome (and probably fleeting) return to music videos with a corker for Madness.

Adam chronicles the eventful night out, and painful decline, of the eponymous dust devil - convincingly played by Jaime Winston, with support (in more ways than one) from Alfie Allen, and a heavily-disguised cameo by Adam's regular collaborator Charlie Creed-Miles.

Ah, those were the days when a night wasn't a night if you hadn't at some point been carousing with transvestites...

David Knight - 27th Apr 2009

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