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Boxes 'Silent Alarm' by JonJai (NSFW)

Jimmy Brown - 7th Sept 2011

Following their starstudded video for Throw Your Stones, Silent Alarm is the second video for South London indiepoppers Boxes by new directing team JonJai - and its an erotic and emotional narrative with a twist. You really have to watch to the very end.

Following their starstudded video for <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2011/06/17/boxes-throw-your-stones-by-jonjai/" target="_blank">Throw Your Stones</a>, Silent Alarm is the second video for South London indiepoppers Boxes by new directing team JonJai - and its an erotic and emotional narrative with a twist. You really have to watch to the very end. "We tried to stay away from visual tricks and clever camera work and tell an old fashioned narrative story from the start all the way to the finish of the video," says JonJai's Jonathan Briggs. "We wanted to try and capture peoples imaginations with an emotional core to the video, that people could relate too, using stirring, flowing and evocative imagery, and cinematography, as well as pitch perfect performances from our cast." The performances are certainly convincing...

"We tried to stay away from visual tricks and clever camera work and tell an old fashioned narrative story from the start all the way to the finish of the video," says JonJai's Jonathan Briggs. "We wanted to try and capture peoples imaginations with an emotional core to the video, that people could relate too, using stirring, flowing and evocative imagery, and cinematography, as well as pitch perfect performances from our cast."

Following their starstudded video for <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2011/06/17/boxes-throw-your-stones-by-jonjai/" target="_blank">Throw Your Stones</a>, Silent Alarm is the second video for South London indiepoppers Boxes by new directing team JonJai - and its an erotic and emotional narrative with a twist. You really have to watch to the very end. "We tried to stay away from visual tricks and clever camera work and tell an old fashioned narrative story from the start all the way to the finish of the video," says JonJai's Jonathan Briggs. "We wanted to try and capture peoples imaginations with an emotional core to the video, that people could relate too, using stirring, flowing and evocative imagery, and cinematography, as well as pitch perfect performances from our cast." The performances are certainly convincing...

The performances are certainly convincing...

Following their starstudded video for <a href="http://www.promonews.tv/2011/06/17/boxes-throw-your-stones-by-jonjai/" target="_blank">Throw Your Stones</a>, Silent Alarm is the second video for South London indiepoppers Boxes by new directing team JonJai - and its an erotic and emotional narrative with a twist. You really have to watch to the very end. "We tried to stay away from visual tricks and clever camera work and tell an old fashioned narrative story from the start all the way to the finish of the video," says JonJai's Jonathan Briggs. "We wanted to try and capture peoples imaginations with an emotional core to the video, that people could relate too, using stirring, flowing and evocative imagery, and cinematography, as well as pitch perfect performances from our cast." The performances are certainly convincing...

Jimmy Brown - 7th Sept 2011

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Director
JonJai
Producer
Jemma Casey and Gabriel Lamour
Production Company
The Bank

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Editor
Jon

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Colourist
JB

Commission

Commissioner
Jax Management

Jimmy Brown - 7th Sept 2011

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