The driver for a hardened criminal finds himself losing touch with reality, and drifting off to places he would rather be, in Hugh Rochfort's video for Icarus.
Crows 'The Itch' by Hugh Rochfort
Hugh Rochfort's new video for Crows - his second for the band – builds atmosphere and tension right from the start as one man walks through London's less salubrious quarters: the industrial estates, the markets, the tower blocks.
At the core is a protagonist separated from the world, arguably oppressed by the unforgiving environment he walks through. But there's also a gritty beauty in the depiction of the city's tough heartlands, captured in DoP Richard Simkins' photography. That quality never falters in this impressive and stylish work.
|Director of Photography||Richard Simkins|
|Focus Puller||Elliott Bell|
|Grading company||Electric Theatre Collective|
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