Promonews - 10th Dec 2018

Jerome Thomas faces up to a terrifying fate with poise and dignity, in Dumas Haddad's cinematic story of love and retribution.

The singer is prone on a beach and we soon realise his predicament - mortally wounded, tied by rope by his vengeful captors. A flashback then reveals his crime of a forbidden love affair, before a climax

This atmospheric piece for Bruises, with photography by Olan Collardy, is described by director Haddid as a "grindhouse Afro-Futurist Western", and there is a definitely an element of Tarantino in the portrayal of cruelty.

But it's also testiment to a remarkable British summer that this sun-kissed, widescreen piece that suggests the American Deep South, was actually shot in Margate, and its surroundings.   

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Credits

DirectorDumas Haddad
ProducerShan Phearon
Production ManagerLouis The Hippie
Director of PhotographyOlan Collardy
Focus PullerTerrence Wilkins
2nd ACBly Richards
Art DirectorCharlotte Toon
WardrobeOla Ebiti
Make-upChristina Zhovnaruk
EditorDumas Haddad
ColouristArthur Graham-Maw
Other creditsCreative Director: Christopher Cargill VFX Make Up Artist: Joanne Armstrong Wardrobe Assistant: Yuriko Takiguchi

Promonews - 10th Dec 2018

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