David Knight - 20th Aug 2008

Duffy the Voice hooks up with Sophie Muller, and they push that Sixties thing for all its worth. But it's not just a good look (although it is, especially in black and white, and lovely work from Denzil A-B).

Without resorting to the raw emotion of Warwick Avenue, Duffy backs up the 'do, nice clobber and lovely torch singing with a performance that would work in Up The Junction or Alfie.

She talks the talk, but when push comes to shove she just can't keep away from the bad 'un with the frightening shoes...

Watch 'Duffy’s Stepping Stone by Sophie Muller' here


DirectorSophie Muller
ProducerRob Small
Director of PhotographyDenzil Armour
CommissionerRoss Anderson

David Knight - 20th Aug 2008

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