Tom Prior 'Sundays' by Jackson Ducasse
Tom Prior plays a down-on-his luck singer with the chance at a change of fortune in this new clip by Jackson Ducasse.
The neon-noir drama feels like if Nicolas Winging Refn were to make a movie in a London working men's' club. The full cast of characters is here: the thugs, the bartender, the femme fatale, the unlucky guy caught in the middle of it all. Of course, there's a big bag of cash that changes hands a few times too many and a double-cross or two, but this is Ducasse playing to the genre tropes nicely.
|Production Company||Clouded Vision|
|Executive Producer||Simon Lane, Tom Sweetland|
|1st AD||Tom Sweetland|
|Director of Photography||Jackson Ducasse|
|Focus Puller||Ollie Craig|
|Art Director||Jack Needell|
|Art Director||Will Hooper|
|Lead actor||Tom Prior, Grace Lambert, Ray Hall, Moses Sonson, Byron Kinizi,|
|Other credits||Sara Rodgers - Runner Ben Budding - Gaffer Assistant|
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