Anne-Marie 'Alarm' by Malia James
Anne-Marie heads off to Mexico City with the in-demand Malia James for a video that's loosely inspired by the Baz Luhrmann version of Romeo & Juliet. But this is not so much about the tragic love between young members of two warring clans, as about Anne-Marie's relationship with a decidedly wayward Romeo. And setting off the alarm bells.
Another fine story-plus-performance video from the director making a big impression in pop videos – and was apparently suffering from food poisoning on the shoot - and deftly edited by Chris Roebuck, who worked an all-nighter to complete this in time for the release of the single.
|Production Company||Cineaste Films|
|1st AD||Oriana Alcaine|
|Director of Photography||Jackson Hunt|
|Hair & Make-up||Ivana Kiss|
|Director's Representation||Las Bandas Be Brave|
|Other credits||Special Thanks: Tantor Films And The Incredible Cast & Crew In Mexico City!|
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