David Knight - 10th Apr 2008

So it's come to this - ironic Eighties-style soft rock that sounds like a cross between Van Halen and Bonnie Tyler. And it's so damn good.
In the circumstances, it's not surprising that Kinga Burza's video for Ladyhawke (see, more irony) is a repository of Eighties video ideas, like a Bonnie Tyler video directed by Russell Mulcahy without the massive budget. Or something.
Loving it over here - but hope the Partizan link works better for you than it does for me.

Watch 'Ladyhawke's Back Of The Van by Kinga Burza' here


DirectorKinga Burza
ProducerGail Davey
Director of PhotographyRoss McLennan
StylistCynthia Lawrence
EditorTom Lindsay
ColouristAdam Scott @ The Mill
CommissionerCarmen Montanez

David Knight - 10th Apr 2008

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