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Lightspeed Champion’s Marlene by Ferry Gouw

David Knight - 8th Dec 2009

Dev from Lightspeed Champion has hooked up once again with the multi-talented Ferry Gouw to make the new video for Marlene. It's as intriguingly off-centre as their epic collaboration for Midnight Surprise two years ago - and even more disorientating.

Dev from Lightspeed Champion has hooked up once again with the multi-talented Ferry Gouw to make the new video for Marlene. It's as intriguingly off-centre as their epic collaboration for <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watchv=3rMwc10uNOg&amp;feature=player_embedded#" target="_blank">Midnight Surprise</a> two years ago - and even more disorientating. This one - shot at the Death Valley National Park and surrounding area over the course of three days - starts like <em>No Country For Old Men</em> turns into something far trippier. "The video focuses on paranoia and how it attacks and takes hold, never letting things be as they should," says producer David Beazley. "It's a cinematic ode to David Lynch, 60's Bond movies and in debt to photography by Stephen Shore."

This one - shot at the Death Valley National Park and surrounding area over the course of three days - starts like No Country For Old Men turns into something far trippier.

Dev from Lightspeed Champion has hooked up once again with the multi-talented Ferry Gouw to make the new video for Marlene. It's as intriguingly off-centre as their epic collaboration for <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watchv=3rMwc10uNOg&amp;feature=player_embedded#" target="_blank">Midnight Surprise</a> two years ago - and even more disorientating. This one - shot at the Death Valley National Park and surrounding area over the course of three days - starts like <em>No Country For Old Men</em> turns into something far trippier. "The video focuses on paranoia and how it attacks and takes hold, never letting things be as they should," says producer David Beazley. "It's a cinematic ode to David Lynch, 60's Bond movies and in debt to photography by Stephen Shore."

"The video focuses on paranoia and how it attacks and takes hold, never letting things be as they should," says producer David Beazley. "It's a cinematic ode to David Lynch, 60's Bond movies and in debt to photography by Stephen Shore."

Dev from Lightspeed Champion has hooked up once again with the multi-talented Ferry Gouw to make the new video for Marlene. It's as intriguingly off-centre as their epic collaboration for <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watchv=3rMwc10uNOg&amp;feature=player_embedded#" target="_blank">Midnight Surprise</a> two years ago - and even more disorientating. This one - shot at the Death Valley National Park and surrounding area over the course of three days - starts like <em>No Country For Old Men</em> turns into something far trippier. "The video focuses on paranoia and how it attacks and takes hold, never letting things be as they should," says producer David Beazley. "It's a cinematic ode to David Lynch, 60's Bond movies and in debt to photography by Stephen Shore."

David Knight - 8th Dec 2009

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Director
Ferry Gouw
Producer
David Beazley
Production Company
RUN Productions

Camera

Director of Photography
Ryan Staake

Commission

Commissioner
Bart McDonagh

David Knight - 8th Dec 2009

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