Chris Lake 'I Want You' by Norton
A coroner working the night shift at a morgue gets more than he bargained for when his cadavers start to come to life in NORTON's video for Chris Lake.
Like a sexy reimagining of the 1985 horror classic Re-Animator, not even bodybags and decomposition can keep the recently deceased from courting one another into the beyond. With a morbid sense of humour, some bloody set design, rich cinemagraphy from Sing Howe Yam, and some excellent choreography (that doesn't reference that famous video featuring the undead dancing) Norton manages to pack a few visual punches along the way.
|Producer||Adam Egypt Mortimer|
|Production Company||Pet Gorilla|
|Production Company||Destroy All Entertainment|
|Line Producer||Nicole Flores|
|Executive Producer||Kyle Hill|
|1st AD||Chris Fishel|
|Director of Photography||Sing Howe Yam|
|Art Director||Susie Francis|
|Lead actor||Dushaun Thompson, Ben Carter, Jade-lorna Sullivan, Chris Lake, Mike Wolfe|
|Commissioner||Owsla: Max Dubois|
|Other credits||SFX Make-Up: Erin Blinn Steadicam: Alex Kornreich Creative Director, OWSLA: Liam Underwood Special Thanks: Chris Lake, Alex Kornreich, Sing Howe Yam, And Tom Lewin|
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