Jarami 'No Chance' by Pensacola
Here's an interdimensional trip into the kebab universe, a place so many of us love to visit at least once a week, with Pensacola for DJ producers Jarami.
This involves a robbery (of a kebab), a chase sequence (after the kebab), and most importantly, a dozy kebab van worker who becomes the incredible shrinking kebab van worker. And then gets into a relationship with a lettuce leaf. As you do.
Pensacola's first video in ages - and first through CANADA - is a rollicking adventure that does not need to be explained too much (then it's going to sound a touch daft). Most importantly it's a high octane action-fantasy comedy that's beautifully directed and produced, where our hero (if you can call him that) suffers the indignity and extreme dangers of being insect-sized. Mostly inside the stolen kebab.
Sorry for the spoiler...
|Executive Producer||Oscar Romagosa|
|Production Manager||Bet Rasquí|
|Director of Photography||Daniel F. Abelló|
|Art Director||Jose Tirado|
|Art Director||Teresa Montanuy|
|Post production company||Mathematic|
|Other credits||Casting: Lane Casting Head Of Production: Alba Barneda|
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