Chris Marrs Piliero's fun with subtitles continues in this video for Dorothy. After the notoriety of Piliero's 2010 video for The Black Keys, he's returned to the concept here. A …
McBusted 'Get Over It' by Chris Marrs Piliero
Age and the merging of their bands has not really matured the boys of McBusted. It's just intensified their commitment to goofy knockabout humour, so Chris Marrs Piliero was a good choice to direct the video for Get Over It. Chris knows his goofy, OTT comedy, and this is a thoroughly entertaining 9-to-5 office caper, where singer Tom organises a rebellion of the office drones against the hated bosses.
It's silly, saucy, and packed with severed limbs - and there's a trademark McBusted rock-out too, when you can attempt to count the number of guitarists.
|1st AD||Steph Zari|
|Director||Chris Marrs Piliero|
|Executive Producer||Jess Bell|
|Director's Representation||Marisa Garner @ Marisa Garner Associates|
|Director of Photography||Patrick Meller|
|Focus Puller||Rupert Hornstein|
|Production Company||London Alley|
|Fight Co-ordinator||Bill Davey|
|Editor||Chris Marrs Piliero|
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