Some videos are pretty bonkers, but they're rarely as bonkers as this...
Al Church 'Savannah' by Cody Lee Brown
In Cody Lee Brown's video for Al Church, the aforementioned Al doesn't make it to the final verse of his own song, when he mistakes the look in the eye of a girl in a local karaoke bar for genuine affection.
It's a fun, blood-spattered meta-narrative experiment where the star of the video suffers an untimely fate - and his killer gets a much better reception performing the song than he did.
|Director||Cody Lee Brown|
|Director of Photography||Steve Holm|
|Focus Puller||Sophie Mayhew, Keith Moechnig|
|2nd AC||Rachel Knoll|
|Gaffer||Matt Muegge, Sev Pearman|
|Editor||Cody Lee Brown|
|Editing company||North 401 Studios|
|Lead actor||Al Church, Savannah Smith, Cliff Edgett|
|Other credits||Associate Producer - Brooke Haesmeyer Steadicam - DJ Johns Key Grip - Thomas Vandenholder Grip - Ricky Taylor Grip - Laura DeShane Grip - Alex Praschak Key Grip - Sam Mayhew Sound Design And Mix - Troy Hermes Wardrobe/Make-Up - Mariya Svitych BTS Photography/Production Assistant - Katie G. Nelson Production Assistant - Helen Teague Production Assistant - Hannah Germain|
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