Slow Club 'Suffering You Suffering Me' by Michael Legge & Rebecca Lucy Taylor
Shot in the duo's hometown of Sheffield, a female boxer - played by Slow Club lead singer Rebecca Taylor - is put through her paces by the gruelling schedule set by her trainer - played by Slow Club's other half Charles Weston – in the gripping and very entertaining promo for Suffering You Suffering Me.
It starts, and nearly finishes with her disastrous start in the boxing ring. But it's not over til its over...
|Director||Rebecca Lucy Taylor|
|Director of Photography||Thomas Walden|
|Focus Puller||Alex Veitch|
|1st AD||Natalie Taylor|
|Hair||Amy Louise Ellen|
|Make-up||Amy Lousie Ellen|
|Sound design||Adam Shaw|
|Lead actor||Rebecca Lucy Taylor|
|Lead actor||Charles Weston|
|Lead actor||Stacey Sampson|
|Lead actor||Diane Crozier|
|Lead actor||Glyn Rhodes MBE|
|Special Thanks||Glyn Rhodes MBE, Lyndsay Hellewell, Trevor Braithwaite, Danny Howarth, Sam White, Adam Shaw|
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