Robbie Williams 'Love My Life' by Vaughan Arnell
After partying like Russians in their last collaboration, Vaughan Arnell and Robbie Williams take it down a couple of notches with a beachside stroll in the video for 'Love My Life'.
Of course, it's not a Robbie video unless he's being escorted by a squad of attractive women, only this time they're seemingly part of the crew. Armed with cameras and circling Robbie as he wanders the open land, the whole thing spins out as a playful commentary on Robbie's celebrity status, the tribulations of fame and surveillance as a whole – with some subtle nods to classic 60s show The Prisoner in there too.
It's certainly a quieter, stripped-back affair for the Williams/Arnell duo, but it's unlikely they'll remain quiet for too long...
|Production Company||Moxie Pictures|
|Executive Producer||Dawn Laren|
|Production Manager||Stefania Monetti|
|1st AD||Chris Kelly|
|Director of Photography||Tim Maurice-jones|
|Focus Puller||Guy Hazel|
|2nd AC||Will Gardner|
|2nd AC||Jenny John Chuan|
|Editing company||Final Cut|
|Grading company||The Mill|
|Post Producer||David Keegan|
|Post production company||The Mill|
|Other credits||Production Assistant: Lauris Beinerts Location Manager: Martin Wady Location Assistant: Jordan Morris Runners: Liam Green & Lucy Kelly Steadicam Operator: Matthew Fisher Grip: Llewellyn Harrison Camera Trainees: Jay Coates & Melanie Jenson DIT: Murren Tullett 2nd DIT: Alex Parkinson CCTV Playback: Owen Davies Audio Playback: Chris Baines Camera Car Driver: Anthony Bugge Wardrobe Assistant: Emily Tighe Make Up/Hair Assistants: Michelle Dacillo & Mizzie Logan Assistant Editor: Lucy Berry Flame Op: Barnsley|
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