David Knight - 12th Aug 2010

Caribou's groovy Sun gets something special from Simon Owens - who loves the girls, whatever their ages.

Spaced out, musically appreciative mature ladies are joined by some youthful exuberance and its affecting and uplifting. Simon has come up trumps this time by playing it pretty straight.

Sun (Cityslang/Merge)
Dir. Simon Owens
Producer: Rachel Dargavel at Steel Mill Pictures
DoP: Sam Brown
Wardrobe/Costume: Mimi Milburn Foster
Choreography: Lucie Pankhurst
Hair and Make-up: Cate Hall
Editor: James Rose at Cut and Run
Grade: Andrew Daniel at Molinare
Watch: here

David Knight - 12th Aug 2010

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