Shot on location in the Sanctum Soho Hotel in London's glittering West End, the video is for the theme track from Noel Clarke's new diamond-heist movie 18.104.22.168 (out on June 2.)
Amir 'No One Else' by Nick & Paloma
In a relationship there are positives and negatives. After an argument, what began as a negative often evolves into a positive, as you realise you want it back. This is the journey of that negative to positive transition told through shattered graphic portraits that are pieced back together in Nick & Paloma's video for Amir.
|Director||Nick & Paloma|
|Post production company||MPC|
|Post Producer||Russell Forde|
|Post Producer||Thomas Cole|
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