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Tiga’s What You Need by Cassiano Prado

Jimmy Brown - 16th Mar 2010

Apparently it's all based on a series of short narrative poems that Tiga has written about replacing Canada's wooded areas with green screens and weird models, and avid Tiga Story Club readers will be able to spot elements from such compositions as, <em>Livin', Leafin' n' Lovin'</em>, <em>How Could You Leaf Me Here to Die </em>and <em>It's Just a 4est 2 U (SoulDenial)</em>. Tiga also had certain types in mind for the video's <em>Cleudo</em>-like characters. "I asked [Cassiano] to show me The Longestshoreman, The Fish-Eating Vegetarian, The Cross-City Skier," he's claimed. "He came back with what you actually see in the video. I said, 'Fine. I've got a big softball game to worry about. You figure it out.'"

Apparently it's all based on a series of short narrative poems that Tiga has written about replacing Canada's wooded areas with green screens and weird models, and avid Tiga Story Club readers will be able to spot elements from such compositions as, Livin', Leafin' n' Lovin', How Could You Leaf Me Here to Die and It's Just a 4est 2 U (SoulDenial).

Apparently it's all based on a series of short narrative poems that Tiga has written about replacing Canada's wooded areas with green screens and weird models, and avid Tiga Story Club readers will be able to spot elements from such compositions as, <em>Livin', Leafin' n' Lovin'</em>, <em>How Could You Leaf Me Here to Die </em>and <em>It's Just a 4est 2 U (SoulDenial)</em>. Tiga also had certain types in mind for the video's <em>Cleudo</em>-like characters. "I asked [Cassiano] to show me The Longestshoreman, The Fish-Eating Vegetarian, The Cross-City Skier," he's claimed. "He came back with what you actually see in the video. I said, 'Fine. I've got a big softball game to worry about. You figure it out.'"

Tiga also had certain types in mind for the video's Cleudo-like characters. "I asked [Cassiano] to show me The Longestshoreman, The Fish-Eating Vegetarian, The Cross-City Skier," he's claimed. "He came back with what you actually see in the video. I said, 'Fine. I've got a big softball game to worry about. You figure it out.'"

Apparently it's all based on a series of short narrative poems that Tiga has written about replacing Canada's wooded areas with green screens and weird models, and avid Tiga Story Club readers will be able to spot elements from such compositions as, <em>Livin', Leafin' n' Lovin'</em>, <em>How Could You Leaf Me Here to Die </em>and <em>It's Just a 4est 2 U (SoulDenial)</em>. Tiga also had certain types in mind for the video's <em>Cleudo</em>-like characters. "I asked [Cassiano] to show me The Longestshoreman, The Fish-Eating Vegetarian, The Cross-City Skier," he's claimed. "He came back with what you actually see in the video. I said, 'Fine. I've got a big softball game to worry about. You figure it out.'"

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Director
Cassiano Prado
Producer
Amber Millington
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Director of Photography
Suzie Lavelle

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Pippa Culpepper

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Sammy Akiwumi

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Jordan Crute

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Commissioner
John Moule

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