David Knight - 26th June 2014

Directing partnership Tom Middleton and Jack Scott - aka Crooked Cynics - present this cinematic and sinister tale of a guilt-ridden antique dealer, driven by the soulful ocals of powerhouse Rory Graham aka Rag’N’Bone Man. 

Shot in a secluded area of East Sussex, the locations enabled the London-based duo to explore the dark effects of isolation and reflect the morbid lyricism of Rag’N’Bone Man’s new release.


DirectorCrooked Cynics
ProducerCrooked Cynics
1st ADAdam Rojko
Director of PhotographyDuncan Rice
Focus PullerAlex Rice
2nd ACGiles Cahalane
Make-upCharlotte Creighton
EditorCrooked Cynics
ColouristCrooked Cynics
LabelBest Laid Plans Records

David Knight - 26th June 2014

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