Fabulous colour-splattered video for Robyn directed by Rankin and Chris Cottam that always looks great despite the mess, and has smart ideas chucked around with the same abandon as the paint.
The Enemy’s No Time For Tears by Rankin & Chris
The Enemy's latest anthem is stadium-size expansive, but Rankin & Chris Cottam have gone the other way - encasing the band in a box, where they have to face waves of well hard, good old British hate - plus the odd moment of adulation.
A thoughtful concept to reflect the song's stoic, 'take it like a man' theme, and an excellent team supporting R&C makes it work - including Denzil Armour-Brown's cinematography, Gareth McEwan's editing, Dan Betteridge's box, and the legendary Sue Hiller producing.
|Production Company||HSI London|
|Director||Rankin & Chris|
|Director of Photography||Denzil Armour Brown|
|Art Director||Dan Betteridge|
|Stylist||Scott Robert Clark|
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