David Knight - 14th Mar 2016

Something terrible lurks in the dark, from which one hysterical, blood-soaked man has managed to escape. Unlike his unfortunate friend...

The video for Finnish/Danish outfit Liima's track Roger Waters is directed by Plastic Zoo – the Manchester-based directing team who recently joined Pulse's roster for music videos – and it manages to combine unspeakable dread and cartoonish comedy with great panache.

And what's more, this has one of the greatest and weirdest final shots seen in ages. And weird was clearly what Plastic Zoo were hoping to achieve, as they explain... 

"You know that feeling when you switch on the TV late at night and catch the last few minutes of a film and you think, “wow, that was awful and made absolutely no sense!” but you still wanna watch the whole thing? Yeah, that….”

PRO Credits


DirectorPlastic Zoo
ProducerRob Jelley
ProducerRik Green
Executive ProducerSarah Boardman
Production CompanyPulse Films
Director of PhotographyStefan Yap
Focus PullerJoel Honeywell
ProstheticsIsadora Darke
Hair & Make-upIsadora Darke
EditorJack Abbott
Editing companyPulse Films
ColouristLewis Crossfield
Grading companyElectric Theatre Collective
Other creditsCast: Craig Sinclair, Umer Farooq, Santiago Acevedo, Archie Harlow, and Harrison Keating

David Knight - 14th Mar 2016

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