David Knight - 1st June 2016

Wretch 32 delivers a riveting lip-sync perfect performance in what looks like a single take, while longtime collaborator Matthew Walker adds some judicious weather effects in this minimal but effective video for Antwi.

MATTHEW WALKER:

"This song was dedicated to Wretch's late friend mentor Richard Antwi, so he wanted something totally stripped back and intimate. The idea was for the audience to pay attention to the lyrics and emotion of the song. My job was just to visually enhance his performance and compliment it without distracting from his passionate delivery."

Credits

DirectorMatthew Walker
ProducerAntoine Dixon-Bellot
1st ADOmar Madar
Director of PhotographyTom O'Keefe
Focus PullerJono Farr
GafferLee Parfitt
Make-upBianca Simone
ColouristDan Moran
Grading companyCoffee & TV
CommissionerHanan Cher
StudioEast London Studios

David Knight - 1st June 2016

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