David Knight - 28th Apr 2014

It's a decidely eery evening down at the launderette, where the various characters are possessed by the voice of Cloud Boat singer Tom Clark, as a way of sourcing affection from one another, in Chris Toumazou's video for the band's song Carmine.

There's something of the old-school nouvelle vague surrealism about this - like Last Year At Marienbad meets My Beautiful Laundrette...

PRO Credits


DirectorChris Toumazou
Director of PhotographyRobert White
Focus PullerSam Ardley
GafferNick Leishman
Art DirectorJuno Calypso
WardrobeElizabeth Greengrass
Make-upEllia White
EditorKiran Mandla
ColouristToby Tomkins
Grading companyTJTFilm
CommissionerTom Lilley
LabelApollo Records

David Knight - 28th Apr 2014

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