Naughty Boy ft Emeli Sandé 'Bungee Jumping' by Daniel Brereton
An absorbing romance, with ups and downs as befitting the title of Naughty Boy's returning single, from Daniel Brereton.
Shot in bustling Morocco, Brereton's love story unfolds to the evocative vocals of Emeli Sandé on Bungee Jumping. Cultural differences between the boy and girl are revealed, and treated in a realistic way, with strong characterisation, and excellent performances from Ruby Barker and Haroun Cherkaoui.
Ultimately the strength of the piece lies in how it stresses that the bonds of love are stronger than anything, in a sophisticated rather than superficial fashion. And that makes it a very rewarding watch.
|Producer||Fred Bonham Carter|
|Executive Producer||Alexa Haywood|
|Focus Puller||Eve Carreno|
|Post production company||Time Based Arts|
|Post Producer||Sean Ewins|
|Lead actor||Ruby Barker|
|Lead actor||Haroun Cherkaoui|
|Other credits||Moroccan Production: BO Film Services|
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