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Wanna 'The Respectables' by Josh Mac
Josh Mac and Wanna tell the modern day horror story of a girl who just can't lose her phone.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back outside, another scathing critique of those darn kids and their darn mobile telephones comes screeching around the corner at you. Like when your Mum used to tell you that sitting too close to the TV would give you square eyes, now it seems that if we spend too much time with our phones, they'll swallow us up until we're unable to escape. Josh Mac's video takes that quite literally with some handy CGI work proving that phones can indeed be incredibly smart portable prisons.
|Director of Photography||Josh Mac|
|Art Director||Josh Mac|
|Hair & Make-up||Audrey Selles-czuk|
|Label||Museum Of Nothing|
|Other credits||CAST: Alexa Atamanchuk, Drew O'connor, Dassy J Nunez, Aaron Hill, Mark Jaynes, Santosh Mudiraj, James PM Lee & Mia Spirito|
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