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Dahlia Sleeps 'Still Light' by Ruby Brown
"Still Light is about a man struggling desperately with grief. Trying to escape it, physically and emotionally," says Ruby Brown, the director of an impressive video for Dahlia Sleeps.
Shot in Ramsgate, Brown coaxed an intense performance from her lead, all furious rage and frustration. Something bad has happened, but we only get intimations of the consequences of a confrontation. There's also very good work from DoP Kurt Riddell.
|Director of Photography||Kurt Riddell|
|Focus Puller||Mark Jasper|
|Editing company||Hilow Films|
|Grading company||My Brother Bob|
|Lead actor||Charlie Richards, Murdo Hepburn|
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