A lonely pair of Barbie & Ken-alikes respond to a TV ad for a love drug, with spectacular results, in Alexander Darby's entertaining tabletop romp for XY&O.
The Fratellis 'Starcrossed Losers' by Alexander Darby
After a relationship-busting argument, a goth and a geek find themselves rewinding to their favourite moments down the years, in the place where it started - the local kids' playground.
Alexander Darby's video for The Fratellis' Starcrossed Losers is sweet and poignant, making good use of the wind-blasted location with his couple portrayed as kids, teenagers, and reflective adults.
|Production Company||Osiko Films|
|Production Manager||Dylan Rees|
|1st AD||Joe Starrs|
|Director of Photography||Simon Shen|
|Focus Puller||Chris Steel|
|2nd AC||Jeremy Lawton|
|Lead actor||Dominic Ryan, Louise Poole, Rebecca Jayne, Andrew Armitage, Harrison Green, Savanna Barnett|
|Director's Representation||Joyrider Films|
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