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The Peppers 'Hot Caramel' (Soulwax Remix) by Arnaud Bresson
New Division director Arnaud Bresson explores the whys and wherefores of extreme self-defence with a colourful cast of would-be assailants and secret martial artists for the Soulwax remix of The Peppers' Hot Caramel.
Most importantly, this 70s-influenced feast of awesome weaponry and imaginative violence is fronted by legendary French martial artist and self-defence expert Franck Ropers, offering a step-by-step guide to protecting yourself from the bad guys. And no-one messes with Franck.
Soulwax's remix of Hot Caramel is a first of a series of reboots of classic cuts from Tele Music, the French music library established in the 1960s. Alexis Le Tan has put together a strong team of collaborators to revisit the library's hits, and the results will be released in very collectable limited editions, of 1000 numbered copies per release.
|Line Producer||Mélanie Jackson|
|Director of Photography||Raphaël Vandenbussche|
|1st AD||Charles Portier|
|Post production company||Mathematic|
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