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Shock Machine 'Something More' by Simon Amstell
Comedian and TV presenter Simon Amstell goes behind the camera to direct Something More, a surreal comedy about post break-up loneliness, with music by and starring James Righton, formerly of Klaxons, now operating as Shock Machine.
In this version of reality, all happy and social people wear multioloured clown make-up. So sad and lonely Righton has to remove his, and walk around London bare-faced. Until he cannot bear his outsider status any longer.
So are the makeup wearers really happy after all? Amstell is well-known for being a connoisseur of misery and gloom, and Something More is a thought-provoking allegory on modern ways. The video debuted on Channel 4's Random Acts but the full version is now online for you to get sad about - but also marvel at the incredible variation in the make-up.
|Executive Producer||Ben Cavey|
|Executive Producer||Pippa Brown|
|Director of Photography||James Mather|
|Production designer||Damien Creagh|
|1st AD||Clare Awdry|
|Hair & Make-up||Natasha Lawes|
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