David Knight - 27th Feb 2018

A junkyard. Two people. The rope that binds them, and what they must do to break free. Savvas Stavrou's video for Lemesios, shot in Cyprus, explores these issues through dramatic choreography and performance. 

"Adorine is a song about tugging and pulling at the heartstrings. About promises and expectations broken, and the consequences of learning how to let go," says Stavrou. "By using the visual metaphor of a rope and framing the characters in a car junkyard as the arena for the narrative dance sequence, we explore the dynamics of a broken relationship."

PRO Credits


DirectorSavvas Stavrou
ProducerAthena Lemesiou
1st ADChristina Tryphonos
Director of PhotographyStephan Metzner
Focus PullerChristos Zeniou
2nd ACGeorge Athanasiou
GafferAristos Steliou
Art DirectorNicole Zeniou
WardrobeCaterina Ttakka
EditorDave Davies
Editing companyTrim Editing
ColouristJoseph Bicknell
Grading companyCHEAT
Other creditscast: Katerina Tylliridou, Constantinos Lemesios

David Knight - 27th Feb 2018

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