The Dead Weather’s Treat Me Like Your Mother by Jonathan Glazer
Jonathan Glazer's back, with a new music video - his first in three years - and it's a characteristically intense, brutal, metaphorical, beautiful, blackly funny, unforgettable thing.
Jack White and Alison Mosshart, compadres in the Dead Weather, tear each other to pieces with AK47s (and who hasn't felt like doing that at some stage). Searing imagery, and subtle yet fantastic effects work. Destined to be another classic.
A word of warning: it's not really one for the kids. Alison lights up.
|Director of Photography||Max Malkin|
|Executive Producer||Liz Kessler, Sheira Rees|
|Production designer||Jeremy Hindle|
|Assistant Editor||Annie Perri|
|Commissioner||Dilly Gent Label|
|Production Company||Hello Media|
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