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Let The Machines Do The Work 'Let Me Be The One' by Eoin Glaister
Football Factory meets Saturday Night Fever... Disco conquers hate in Eoin Glaister's surprising and brilliant video for Let Me Be The One by Let The Machines Do The Work.
Though the opening scenes set expectations to 'uneasy viewing' - given the nature of the theme, but humour prevails and disco ultimately saves the day. Filmed at both the English Defence League demonstration and the counter protest in Birmingham on the 20th July, the video blends a brilliant cast performance with some fairly frightening live footage...
|Director of Photography||Joe Mannion|
|Art Director||Tamsyn Mystkowski|
|Executive Producer||Lewis Palmer|
|2nd unit director||Angus Dunsire|
|Hair & Make-up||Meg Nixon|
|Post production company||Headshot|
|Lead actor||Ross Sands|
|Lead actor||Ashley Luke Lloyd|
|Lead actor||Gary Lei Netley|
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