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Bossman Birdie 'Walk The Walk' by Luke Davies
Luke Davies sets up Bossman Birdie for the bigtime in the video for the aptly named Walk The Walk.
A simple performance against a white infinity cove turns into an all-out brag here, as we watch Bossie and co. pose in a photoshoot for some very familiar-looking magazines.
The video is brimming with fun at every turn - from the onset joyous camaraderie of the cast and crew, to the great, creative magazine covers themselves (and the great grime-related puns for each cover). All in all a winning combination that proves Bossie and Davies don't just talk the talk.
“The concept for this film was always so ridiculously arrogant and audacious, that we'd never have pulled it off without a performer like Bossie. There's a fine line between performing with confidence and just coming across with too much bravado... thankfully Bossie can walk that line all day long.”
|Production Company||Fat Lemon|
|Executive Producer||Jane Bolton|
|Production Manager||Kelly Ford|
|1st AD||Jack Meredith|
|Director of Photography||Murren Tullett|
|Art Director||Kelly Smith|
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