Kodaline 'Ready To Change' by Stevie Russell
Stevie Russell's gets back to together with Kodaline - this is his sixth video for the band – and once again he provides us with a hero we can all root for.
He's a zookeeper with a problem - he'll only talk to animals, not humans. Can the new girl at the zoo bring him out of his shell? Not if his arrogant love rival from the lion's enclosure has anything to do with it.
Shot at the FOTA Island Wildlife Park in Cork, Ireland, this enjoyable romantic comedy shines a light on the misery of extreme shyness.
|Production Manager||Dawn Mac Allister|
|1st AD||Craig Kenny|
|Director of Photography||Eoin McLoughlin|
|Focus Puller||Rua Meegan|
|2nd AC||Gar O'rourke|
|Art Director||Mark Kelly|
|Wardrobe||Sarah Jane Ffrench O'carroll|
|Lead actor||Manus Halligan, Sarah Jane Seymour, Tony Cantwell|
The return of Kodaline also heralds the return of Stevie Russell, their regular music video collaborator, with a tale that might just be his most heart-rending work yet.
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