Jimmy Brown - 24th July 2014

Cinnamon Chasers (aka London electronic musician Russ Davies) collaborates with Swedish director David Strindberg - now directing solo and based in London after his videos with Johan Bring at Punx Stockholm - for the promo to Hurts Too Much. 

Bathed in a smokey orange and purple light, performance artists Sophie Augot and Par Andersson deliver their engimatic routine to the blissed-out soundtrack - and it becomes apparent that everything is running in reverse. 


DirectorDavid Strindberg
Production CompanyKevinandRoy
ProducerJosefin Malmén
Make-upAstrid Ericsson
Lead actorSophie Augot
Lead actorPar Andersson

Jimmy Brown - 24th July 2014

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