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Rent Boys 'Shoot The Shot' by Zac Ella

David Knight - 18th Nov 2011

Beginning with something that makes the weeing scene in Big Bad Wolf look like it comes from My Fair Lady, Zac Ella teamed with Leeds's 'cheeky' Rent Boys to make a video for Shoot The Shot that's disgusting, offensive, puerile, and sets a new benchmark for the most inappropriate use of food. The sheer relentlessness and graphic intensity of it is quite admirable - although not best enjoyed while having your lunch.

Beginning with something that makes the weeing scene in Big Bad Wolf look like it comes from <em>My Fair Lady</em>, Zac Ella teamed with Leeds's 'cheeky' Rent Boys to make a video for Shoot The Shot that's disgusting, offensive, puerile, and sets a new benchmark for the most inappropriate use of food. The sheer relentlessness and graphic intensity of it is quite admirable - although not best enjoyed while having your lunch. "We found the perfect location, sneaking into a local rag factory one weekend, trying not to make too much of a mess," says Zac of the shoot in Leeds. "Bit weird that half way through filming we noticed security cameras high on the ceilings. Hope no one was watching on the other end...". Clearly not, otherwise they surely would have called the Yorkshire Constabulary.

"We found the perfect location, sneaking into a local rag factory one weekend, trying not to make too much of a mess," says Zac of the shoot in Leeds. "Bit weird that half way through filming we noticed security cameras high on the ceilings. Hope no one was watching on the other end...". Clearly not, otherwise they surely would have called the Yorkshire Constabulary.

Beginning with something that makes the weeing scene in Big Bad Wolf look like it comes from <em>My Fair Lady</em>, Zac Ella teamed with Leeds's 'cheeky' Rent Boys to make a video for Shoot The Shot that's disgusting, offensive, puerile, and sets a new benchmark for the most inappropriate use of food. The sheer relentlessness and graphic intensity of it is quite admirable - although not best enjoyed while having your lunch. "We found the perfect location, sneaking into a local rag factory one weekend, trying not to make too much of a mess," says Zac of the shoot in Leeds. "Bit weird that half way through filming we noticed security cameras high on the ceilings. Hope no one was watching on the other end...". Clearly not, otherwise they surely would have called the Yorkshire Constabulary.

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Director
Zac Ella
Producer
Posy Dixon
Production Company
B A D Productions

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Director of Photography
Steve Bliss 

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Gaffer
Norbert

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