Ritual 'Drown The Lovers' by Jackson Ducasse
Jackson Ducasse directs a moody midnight dream piece for Ritual's 'Drown The Lovers.'
Billed as part one of a three-part short film series for the band, this one takes place on the shore of a body of water, shrouded in darkness. In a dreamlike interpretation of the song, a woman (played by Ritual's own mononymous singer Mononoke) steps out of a car and enters the water, to cleanse herself of past lovers whilst whoever it is she's with remains locked in the car and helpless. Certainly a mysterious start to the trilogy.
|Production Company||Jackson Ducasse Films|
|Director of Photography||Emile Kelly|
|Focus Puller||Ollie Craig|
|Art Director||Will Hooper|
|Lead actor||William Turner Roden, Mononoke|
|Other credits||Miles Williams - Photographer Miranda Swanson - Runner|
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