The Manor take South London to the South of France.
James Smith 'Tell Me That You Love Me' by Elliot Simpson
Elliot Simpson captures a tender portrait of James Smith‘s heartbreak-inspired track Tell Me That You Love Me.
In the widescreen present, James performs the song, wistfully reflecting on a past having fun with his lovely girlfriend, rendered in old-school 4:3.
|Director of Photography||Jack Reynolds|
|Focus Puller||Michael Hobdell, Lloyd Cook|
|2nd AC||Ben Gadsen, Gregory Hawkes Melbourne|
|Grading company||Electirc Theatre Company|
|Director's Representation||OB Management|
|Other credits||Runner/Driver - Charles Watson|
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