The Shoes ft Dominic Lord '1960's Horror' by Emile Sornin
Emile Sornin is back with a video for The Shoes that'll possibly make you think twice about that cheeky Nando's you've been promising yourself.
Or maybe not. 1960s Horror starts with the grisly truth about the poultry business, the huge industrial scale of chcken production and consumption - which of course includes the terrible, shaming treatment of the poor creatures. Then it gets even more extreme, a prediction of the next stage of mankind's greed and stupidity.
And then comes the revenge - which is sweet, but also tastes of chicken...
|Producer||Roman Pichon Herrera|
|Commissioner||Pierre Le Ny|
|Line Producer||Gilles Pinaudau|
|Director of Photography||Julien Meurice|
|Executive Producer||Martin Henri|
|Post production company||Home Digital Pictures|
|Sound design||Théo Josso|
|Other credits||Archives: My Ready Make Sound design assistant: Ferdinand Mesnier Thanks: Tom Lindsay, Helmi, Jules de Chateleux, Clémence Cuvelier, Arno Moria and One More prod|
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