David Knight - 4th Nov 2014

Liam Saint-Pierre, who directed an emotional urban tale for Clean Bandit singer Eliza Shaddad a few months ago, has now helmed an alluring, ghostly tale with a similar sense of yearning, loss and foreboding for the impressive Bitter by Palace.

This time the sense of mystery and atmosphere is enhanced by the woodland setting in the north of England - captured with a tangible lushness by DoP Nic Booth - where a man is dashed from a moment of intimacy with a girl by waking up.

From then on there is no boundary between what's real and what's imagined...


DirectorLiam Saint-Pierre
ProducerLiam Saint-Pierre
1st ADThomas Banks
Director of PhotographyNic Booth
WardrobeRebecca Gore
HairRebecca Gore
Make-upRebecca Gore
EditorJoe Lovelock
EditorLiam Saint-Pierre
ColouristToby Tomkins
Grading companyTjt Films
Post production companyThe Whealhouse
Lead actorEdward Holcroft
Lead actorHera Hilmarsdóttir
Production CompanyFoolish Monk Productions

David Knight - 4th Nov 2014

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