Cat Velez - 24th Oct 2016

Danish singer and film composer Peder - also known as one-half of the Danish comedy duo Gramsespektrum - turns his talents to acting in this poetic, disturbing and gripping music video for his song Shadows Of My Mind, from his fourth album Come With Me.

As in his previous video for the Fight Club-inspired Ghost Of Smile, Peder plays the main character and his portrayal of a outwardly mild-mannered psychopath is chillingly precise and convincing.

Joining forces with director Peter Harton - known for his work on the Danish cult TV series Rytteriet - the short film sees Peder playing the role of a department store worker who has fallen madly in love with his co-worker. He's rebuffed, which sets off a disturbing trail of events. It's Scandi-noir with a dark comic edge - with a conclusion to make you shudder.

Credits

WardrobeJane Marshall Whittaker
DirectorPeter Harton
Production CompanyGummo
Production CompanyLizardshakedown
Executive ProducerPeter Harton
Executive ProducerPeder Thomas Pedersen
Production ManagerChristian Thomsen
1st ADNikolaj Storgaard Mortensen
Director of PhotographyKasper Tuxen
Focus PullerFrederik Haslund
Focus PullerBenjamin Ingvorsen
GafferMartin Lerche
Art DirectorTrine Gram
ProducerNicolai Berthelsen
HairMickaela Berman
HairSofie De Mylius
Make-upMaja Luka Krogstad
EditorPeter Brandt
Editing companyLittle Machine
ColouristMike Bothe
Grading companyCandy Mountain
Post production companyCandy Mountain
Post ProducerJulian Von Hoppfgarten
VFXFlorian Metzner
Lead actorAdam Brix
LabelLizardshakedown
Other creditsCast: Peder, Rosalinde Mynster

Cat Velez - 24th Oct 2016

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