Jorja Smith ft. Stormzy 'Let Me Down' by Hector Dockrill
Jorja Smith plays a contract killer who faces a moral dilemma when she's hired to kill the man she loves, in Hector Dockrill's dark tale for our times.
Filmed in Kiev's historic October Palace - in 2013-2014 it was occupied by protestors in the Euromaidan conflict and served as a makeshift hospital - the setting helps to create a sense of Bond-style intrigue and danger, while the apparent amorality chimes with grim events chronicled in TV shows like McMafia.
And if you're a little uncertain of the fate of the innocent victim, Stormzy's cameo appearance at the end seems to answer that question. It's certainly not a case of romantic 'happy-ever-afters'.
|Producer||Maurizio Von Trapp|
|Director of Photography||Chrystel Fournier|
|Editing company||Assembly Rooms|
|Service Company||Radioaktive Film|
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