Tom Walker 'Blessings' by Danny Chan
Three close friends cut loose after one of them loses his job, in Danny Chan's video for Tom Walker.
In this Director's Cut, the trio embark on a serious session of fun, booze and high-jinks. And there's almost an air of desperation about the youthful excess - taking it to the limit before the real world encroaches once more - that strikes a chord.
"For Blessings I wanted to capture a real youthful spirit of a group of best friends that do everything together. They work meaningless jobs for a bit of cash that they can spunk immediately on a fun time. A real lack of direction and purpose and the pressures of becoming an adult can be scary but they know they will always be there for each other."
|Director of Photography||Stefan Yap|
|1st AD||Isusko Garcia|
|Art Director||Ryan Digby-Harries|
|Asst stylist||Ellie Passantino-Jones|
|Hair & Make-up||Lydia Harding|
|Other credits||Cast: Michael Ward, Elliot Warren, Lucy Pearson|
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