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George Michael 'White Light' by Ryan Hope
George Michael teams up with Ryan Hope for the promo to White Light - his first recording since his near-fatal brush with pneumonia.
Supermodel Kate Moss stars as a striking and mysterious angel of death, deciding the singer's fate with the toss of a coin in the midst of a standoff with armed LAPD officers.
With a sharp conceptual style, the White Light video is interspersed with abstract imagery symbolising the surreal and fragile moment between life and death...
|Production Manager||Beatrice Warren|
|Executive Producer||Tamsin Glasson|
|Director of Photography||Will Bex|
|Art Director||John Beard|
|Art Director||Anna Rhodes|
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