PD Liddle 'Uncanny Valley' by Brock Neal Roberts
For the first single of Dry The River lead singer PD Liddle's debut solo album, Brock Neal Roberts' delivers a restrained dystopian vision where a middle aged women must undergo a remarkable transformation, in order satsfy the demands of her male counterpart.
Shot in lush English countryside, it's an outwardly idyllic setting that, as with era-defining productions Get Out and Handmaid's Tale, contains psychological horror within.
Liddle also offers a quietly charismatic performance of Uncanny Valley as a troubled member - or perhaps collaborator? - of this creepy world.
|Art Director||Joe Steptoe|
|Director||Brock Neal Roberts|
|Production Manager||Angelique Arnold|
|Director of Photography||Alistair Little|
|Focus Puller||Michael Hannides|
|2nd AC||Max Smith|
|Colourist||Toby Tomkins @ Cheat|
|Director's Representation||Richard Grewe @ Blink|
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