David Knight - 16th Oct 2014

Jacob Hopewell captures the fragile emotion of Rosie Lowe's Water Came Down with a visual interpretation inspired by video artist Bill Viola’s classic piece Tristan’s Ascencion.

Together with Rosie's heartfelt performance, it features couples floating underwater; they are paralysed and immobile, a visual metaphor for feeling drowned within a relationship. 

“The song represents the moment most of us have been in at some point, the realisation that a love you believed might last forever is falling apart," says Rosie Lowe. "We all want to love and be loved and sometimes it blinds us. Water represents that moment of realisation, and as long as the water is coming down we can’t see the light and before we know it we’re drowning.”

Credits

WardrobeHannah Marshall
DirectorJacob Hopewell
Production CompanyJake and Josh
Executive ProducerJacob Hopewell
1st ADTiernan Hanby
Director of PhotographyMark Silk
Focus PullerMatt Wesson
2nd ACDan Travers
GafferBernie Prentice
Art DirectorLightning
Art DirectorKingleyface
ProducerTiernan Hanby
HairClaire Rothstein
Make-upCelia Burton
EditorRachel Hayes / Jacob Hopewell
Editing companyLucky Cat Post Production
ColouristMartyn Waller
Grading companyLucky Cat Post Production
Post production companyLucky Cat Post Production
Post ProducerZung Tru
VFXMartyn Waller
CommissionerEmily Tedrake
LabelWolf Tone

David Knight - 16th Oct 2014

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