Dr. John Cooper Clarke & Hugh Cornwell 'Johnny Remember Me' by Douglas Hart
British legends collide in Douglas Hart's morbid, expressionist piece for John Cooper Clarke & Hugh Cornwell.
Poet-turned-crooner John Cooper Clarke teams up with New Wave icon and ex-Stranglers frontman Hugh Cornwell in an unusual pairing - covering this ancient British rock 'n roll tune, and made further curious by Douglas Hart's dark and incredibly stylistic video.
The clip, presented in a 4:3 aspect ratio shows Clarke as a singular member of a funeral procession. Stylistically the video borrows heavily from German Expressionism, with a hint of Dario Argento thrown in for good measure. The outcome is sinister, yet theatrical and all sorts of cool.
|2nd AC||Isabel Boddy|
|Executive Producer||Juliette Larthe|
|Production Assistant||Ella Knight|
|1st AD||Lyle Lindgren|
|Director of Photography||Nick Morris|
|1st AC||Gary Long|
|Hair & Make-up||Stefania D'Agostino|
|Editing company||Work Editorial|
|Other credits||Electrician: Hamza Twomey, Camil Liberto, Ross Lusted SFX Supervisor: Nick Roberts Hair & Make Up Assistant: Olivia Bucknall Wardrobe: Runner: Clare Stewart, JJ Mcallister, Pedro Takahashi, Henri Calderon, Matt Lovett Tracking Vehicle Driver: Andreas Nirschl Camera Van Driver: Matt Reeves Action Vehicle Driver: Steve King BTS Stills: Jess Kohl Edit Assistant: Jamie Hodgson @ WORK Editorial VFX Artist: Daniel Hawkins|
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