Surf's up, dude. The Sacred Egg have given up their day jobs as creatives to become full time directors, and we're delighted to hear it. That hopefully means more music videos to …
Breach 'Everything You Never Had' by The Sacred Egg
After the Jack video with it's very hairy dancers (and singers), The Sacred Egg – aka Alex Mavor and Ed Kaye – are back with Breach - aka Ben Westbeech – to create another unique dance experience. And this one for Everything You Never Had is even more visually bold, inventive and cartoonish (without actually being a cartoon) than the last one - thanks to good old motion control and post FX as well as some handy choreography.
A young lady, in a club and under the influence, is feeling the effects of wearing too much clothing on a hot and sweaty (and foggy) dancefloor, so her imagination lets loose a human train of herself, dancing the same moves, wearing less and less... and before you think it's going somewhere sexy, it takes it a cleverer and funnier turn...
|Director||The Sacred Egg|
|Production Company||Riff Raff Films|
|Executive Producer||Matthew Fone|
|Production Manager||Cara Hickson|
|Production Assistant||Amanda Tuckwell|
|1st AD||James Dyer|
|Director of Photography||Jake Scott|
|Focus Puller||Ahmet Husseyin|
|Motion Capture||Justin Pentecost|
|Costume designer||Grace Snell|
|Hair & Make-up||Grace Keen|
|Editing company||Big Buoy|
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