Blonde 'I Loved You' by Jack Laurance
Shot in Mexico City, Jack Laurance tells the absorbing story of the friendship between a couple of very feisty riot grrrls for Blonde's I Loved You - and how it all goes bad, when fame beckons.
"I was interested in contrasts. Being 'bad' vs being 'good'. Total freedom vs the trappings of fame/celebrity, and all the vacuousness that goes with it. All framed within a little story about two best friends who drift apart.
"The idea of contrast really drove the way we told that story. Art direction and colour were obviously a big part of this. DOP Ben Kitchens really did a fantastic job.
"Most importantly I wanted you to feel like the girl that gets left behind is actually the real 'beauty' and doesn't need a tiara on her head to prove it."
|Production Company||Armoury London|
|Production Manager||Carlos Llegro|
|1st AD||Oscar Almengor|
|Director of Photography||Benjamin Kitchens|
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