David Knight - 14th Jan 2015

Stevie Russell explores issues of conscience and moral courage in his video for Kodaline's Honest, as a politician signs an official document against his better judgement.

After introducing memorable everyman heroes in his earlier Kodaline videos - most memorably for All I Want - here is a more ambiguous character. So in this Dublin-set modern day version of High Noon, will the troubled politico ultimately stand up against the bad guys? You better believe it. 

PRO Credits


DirectorStevie Russell
ProducerMichael Donnelly V
Production CompanyMDV
1st ADCraig Kenny
Director of PhotographyJj Rolfe
Focus PullerTommy Fitzgerald
GafferGav O'reilly
Art DirectorMark Kelly
WardrobeSarajane Ffrench O'Carroll
Make-upGiada Orlandi
EditorTony Kearns
Lead actorMark O'halloran, Sean Duggan
Lead actorRuth Bradley
Director's RepresentationPartizan Darkroom
CommissionerAnna Derbyshire
CommissionerMartin Toher
LabelSony Music

David Knight - 14th Jan 2015

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