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Rebecca Phillips 'Green Porcelain' by Rebecca Phillips
Rebecca Phillips's self-directed video for Green Porcelain echoes the song in centring around fragility and the feeling of violence that occurs when what is familiar, valued or even treasured becomes unfamiliar and begins to alienate us.
The singer becomes trapped, physically and metaphorically, within her home and finds herself fixated with the 'other woman' who lies prone at the bottom of the stairs.
Phillips says: "The subversion of the ‘domestic space’ was important to realising my vision for the film because what should be ‘homely’ becomes dysfunctional. The film was shot on a Google Pixel camera to give the footage an invasive, voyeuristic and home-made sensibility."
|Executive Producer||Rebecca Phillips|
|1st AD||Faye Cruikshank|
|Director of Photography||George Kenwright|
|Art Director||Rebecca Phillips|
|Lead actor||The Other Woman - Monica Forero|
|Other credits||Art Department – Phoebe Hill Floor Runner - Rebecca Mercer Snake & Handler – 'Apollo' And Vidas Catering – Richard Braham & Laura Phillips Locations, With Thanks To – Marian, Ian And Laura Phillip|
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