In her second video for Girli, after Play It Cool, Rebecca Lucy Taylor follows Milly Toomey, aka Girli, in her truculent stroll through her neighbourhood.
GIRLI 'Play It Cool' by Rebecca Lucy Taylor
GIRLI's vibrant rebellious streak strikes again her latest video, directed by ex-Slow Club member-turned director Rebecca Lucy Taylor.
An oblivious boyfriend remains statuesque as the singer wreaks havoc in the bedroom, scrawling slurs across the wall in her signature pink colour, and ripping books and pillows to shreds.
|Director||Rebecca Lucy Taylor|
|Production Company||Greatcoat Films|
|1st AD||Pedro Rilhó|
|Director of Photography||Isaac Eastgate|
|Focus Puller||Sam Harding|
|Art Director||Charlie Stuart-grumbar|
|Director's Representation||Andy Roberts @ Las Bandas Be Brave|
|Other credits||Art Department Assistant: Alice Cox Edit Assistant: Kaz Ove Runners: Carmen Pop-Tiron, EJ Ramsay Nicol|
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