Plan B’s The Recluse by Daniel Wolfe
Part four of what has become an epic, and quite possibly unprecedented series of music videos for Plan B by Daniel Wolfe.
After Stay Too Long, She Says and Prayin', expectations for The Recluse could hardly be higher. But it delivers - and then turns it up another notch.
This one is actually for a song that comes before Prayin' in the concept/story album that is The Defamation of Strickland Banks, but Dan and Ben Drew/Plan B have seized the opportunity to fill in the gaps with a dual narrative structure - after he enters jail for the crime he didn't commit, and flashbacks to the period when still free.
It's great work, and Drew arguably gives his best acting performance yet. And taken with the rest... what an achievement - by everyone who's been involved in making them.
|Executive Producer||Sasha Nixon|
|1st AD||Hayley Williams|
|Director of Photography||Robbie Ryan|
|Production designer||Sam Tidman|
|Casting director||Leanne Flinn|
The big soul voice of Duffy gets a big mod workout for her first single from Dan Wolfe. With a special extra something.
It's Running Man, or possibly Escape From New York, starring a bunch of skinny kids instead of proper he-men like Arnie and Kurt.
After their hugely successful collaboration with Mercy, Duffy and Daniel Wolfe reunite for the follow-up video. And no mods with flaming strides this time.
After their storming collaboration on Stay Too Long, Plan B and Daniel Wolfe present the further adventures of B's soul man creation Strickland Banks in She Said.
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