La Roux's In For The Kill by Kinga Burza
La Roux takes her enormous ginger quiff for a drive in her very spiffy Toyota - very possibly a 1981 Celica, classic Japanese car fans - in Kinga's speedy follow-up to Quicksand.
Awe-inspiring in its Eightiesness of course - but still manages to be supremely stylish.
|Production Company||Partizan Darkroom|
|Director of Photography||Will Bex|
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