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Me For Queen 'White Bike' by Tom Palliser
Tom Palliser takes a look at the dangers of getting on your bike for Me For Queen's White Bike – a reference to the Ghost Bikes around London and elsewhere, that commemorate a cyclist who has died or been injured.
Me For Queen have just released an album named Iron Horse - a cycling concept album. And this video is really about the psychological changes that one cyclist goes through when they see another cyclist has been hit. The affecting thing here is how this cyclist creates his own tribute to what almost feels like a fallen comrade...
|Production Company||East City Films|
|Director of Photography||Adam Terry|
|Lead actor||The Cyclist: Will Dollard|
|Other credits||Production Assistance And Special Thanks: Nigel Campling @ V102, Ian Anderson & David Thomas.|
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