Crows 'Whisper' by Hugh Rochfort
London band Crows have released this visceral clip, telling a story of a young South London couple and the breakdown of a short-lived relationship, directed by Hugh Rochfort.
With plenty of close-ups of heavy and inscrutable gazes, cigarettes, human skin, and dark silhouettes, the video evokes the lovers' demise cut with an eruption of aggressive energy channeled through the band's performance of their song, Whisper. Impressive work by Rochfort, and DoP Jack Mealing.
|1st AD||Rosie Owen|
|Director of Photography||Jack Mealing|
|Focus Puller||Phil Barnes|
|2nd AC||Raoul Luc|
|Art Director||Rosa Harton|
|Lead actor||Max Sanderson|
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