Cat Velez - 11th Apr 2016

Sally Sibbet goes heavy into drunken pathos in this music video for Half Japanese Half Muscle's track Loose Fitting Girls. It sees a crestfallen drunken man, played by Eiji Mihara, alone in a bar, dancing, crying and singing karaoke.

Sally explains: "The track is a celebration of life and positivity, so we thought it would be fun to do the opposite and focus on a jaded middle-aged man whose life has slipped him by. And it was a pleasure to work with Eiji Mihara on this, who you may have seen in Rush and Spectre. Much of it was improvised and his ability to cry on demand is something to behold!"

PRO Credits


DirectorSally Sibbet
ProducerDrew O'Neill
Director of PhotographyArthur Loveday
Production CompanyBullion Productions
Focus PullerJack Exton
Camera Operator BChris Parton
Art DirectionDaisy Martin
Lighting Board OperatorCharlie Nash
Hair & Make-upMartin Rab
Director's AssistantAmitay Leopold
RunnerTom Henneberry
EditorOwen O'Sullivan
ColouristJim Bracher
Grading companyThe Mill
SoundFilipe Pinheiro
Special ThanksElectric Carousel, Promotion Hire

Cat Velez - 11th Apr 2016

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