Isaac Gracie 'Show Me Love' by Jackson Ducasse
It's the tennis duel of the ages, of the two best players anywhere, and possibly of all times. And forget Borg/McEnroe, or Federer/Nadal or even King/Riggs. This is the big one: Isaac Acey v Isiah Smash.
Jackson Ducasse has concocted a classic (tennis) court encounter between the two sides of the super-competitive psyche of singer-songwriter Isaac Gracie, from an idea devised by both the artist and director. It manages to encompass deadpan comedy, existentialism, wistfulness, and a bit of half-decent play.
Most importantly, both red Isaac and blue Isaac look very cool in their 80s tennis threads, so you don't even have to like tennis to like this.
Game set and match to doubles partners Gracie and Ducasse.
|Production Company||Reblis Films|
|Production Manager||Elvis Scanlon|
|Director of Photography||Jonathan Tarby|
|1st AC||Ollie Craig|
|Art Director||Mathew Rice|
|Lead actor||Isaac Gracie, Freddie Sheed, Josh Weston|
|Other credits||David Burridge - Runner|
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