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Little Cub 'Too Much Love' by Lily Rose Thomas
London indie rock outfit Little Cub have released this resonant and melancholic video by Lily Rose Thomas, offering up a glimpse into the life of a Londoner in her mid-twenties.
It's a mature, beautifully shot portrait of London's twenty-something generation, an often vacuous and isolating experience where joy is chased through booze and drugs, kinship is fleeting and the disconnect between the expectation of what adulthood would be and the reality of it leads to a depressing dissonance.
Post-industrial South London provides an excellent backdrop for this lonely urban tale, which we see repeating itself the next day in a continuum of unsatisfied emotional needs and occasionally hopeful text messages.
|Director||Lily Rose Thomas|
|Director of Photography||James Blann|
|1st AD||Jack Meredith|
|Focus Puller||Michael Hob|
|2nd AC||Simon Van Parijs|
|Art Director||Tanya Eskander|
|Production Assistant||Jordan Cummings|
|Grading company||Electric Theatre Collective|
|Director's Representation||Alexa Haywood at Free Agent UK|
|Other credits||Lead Actor: Emma D’Arcy Casting: Georgia Fleury Reynolds|
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