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Slow Club 'Beginners' by Lucy Needs

Slow Club 'Beginners' by Lucy Needs

David Knight - 20th June 2012

A couple of years ago Lucy Needs directed a one-shot video for Slow Club featuring actor Mackenzie Crook. Now for her latest video for the Sheffield duo, she's done the some thing with another top British movie actor - a very famous one indeed.

A couple of years ago Lucy Needs directed a one-shot video for Slow Club featuring actor Mackenzie Crook. Now for her latest video for the Sheffield duo, she's done the some thing with another top British movie actor - a very famous one indeed. It's Daniel Radcliffe, who gives an intense performance that's more <em>Woman In Black</em> than <em>Harry Potter</em> in the video for Beginners. He wakes up to find himself in a pub, the morning after what was clearly a very heavy night, and cuts a tormented figure as he wanders through the pub, and in and out of lip-syncing the track, and resuming his drinking... There was an element of fate about Daniel's involvement, in that Lucy sent him the script, then they had a phone conversation about it - and then they happened to meet by chance - in a bar. After the ensuing conversation, the actor was on board for the shoot, which took place at the Faltering Fullback pub in Finsbury Park in London. "From my perspective, I just wanted to keep it really simple and let Dan do the rest," Lucy says. http://youtu.be/c0tTp25txOEhd=1

It's Daniel Radcliffe, who gives an intense performance that's more Woman In Black than Harry Potter in the video for Beginners. He wakes up to find himself in a pub, the morning after what was clearly a very heavy night, and cuts a tormented figure as he wanders through the pub, and in and out of lip-syncing the track, and resuming his drinking...

A couple of years ago Lucy Needs directed a one-shot video for Slow Club featuring actor Mackenzie Crook. Now for her latest video for the Sheffield duo, she's done the some thing with another top British movie actor - a very famous one indeed. It's Daniel Radcliffe, who gives an intense performance that's more <em>Woman In Black</em> than <em>Harry Potter</em> in the video for Beginners. He wakes up to find himself in a pub, the morning after what was clearly a very heavy night, and cuts a tormented figure as he wanders through the pub, and in and out of lip-syncing the track, and resuming his drinking... There was an element of fate about Daniel's involvement, in that Lucy sent him the script, then they had a phone conversation about it - and then they happened to meet by chance - in a bar. After the ensuing conversation, the actor was on board for the shoot, which took place at the Faltering Fullback pub in Finsbury Park in London. "From my perspective, I just wanted to keep it really simple and let Dan do the rest," Lucy says. http://youtu.be/c0tTp25txOEhd=1

There was an element of fate about Daniel's involvement, in that Lucy sent him the script, then they had a phone conversation about it - and then they happened to meet by chance - in a bar. After the ensuing conversation, the actor was on board for the shoot, which took place at the Faltering Fullback pub in Finsbury Park in London. "From my perspective, I just wanted to keep it really simple and let Dan do the rest," Lucy says.

A couple of years ago Lucy Needs directed a one-shot video for Slow Club featuring actor Mackenzie Crook. Now for her latest video for the Sheffield duo, she's done the some thing with another top British movie actor - a very famous one indeed. It's Daniel Radcliffe, who gives an intense performance that's more <em>Woman In Black</em> than <em>Harry Potter</em> in the video for Beginners. He wakes up to find himself in a pub, the morning after what was clearly a very heavy night, and cuts a tormented figure as he wanders through the pub, and in and out of lip-syncing the track, and resuming his drinking... There was an element of fate about Daniel's involvement, in that Lucy sent him the script, then they had a phone conversation about it - and then they happened to meet by chance - in a bar. After the ensuing conversation, the actor was on board for the shoot, which took place at the Faltering Fullback pub in Finsbury Park in London. "From my perspective, I just wanted to keep it really simple and let Dan do the rest," Lucy says. http://youtu.be/c0tTp25txOEhd=1

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David Knight - 20th June 2012

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