David Knight - 1st Feb 2011

The everyday story of a young lady and her little pal - who turns out to be a bit of a party animal.

An absorbing and cautionary tale of an unusual friendship for Aussie DJs Bag Raiders by Fleur & Manu, the Paris-based directing team who directed the gripping pulp-narrative video for Tricky's Murder Weapon last year.

Fleur and Manu actually shot this in Bangkok, and worked with a chimp named Ho - renamed Coco for the video. "He was a bad ass to start with," says producer Jules De Chateleux. "But he turned out to be the greatest dude ever."

PRO Credits


DirectorFleur & Manu
Production CompanyDivision
ProducerJules de Chateleux
Director of PhotographyM
Line ProducerChristelle Tastet
Post production companyHome Digital Pictures
EditorFlavie Doubesky
ColouristVincent Heine
CommissionerGlen Goetze

David Knight - 1st Feb 2011

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