Taking inspiration from Japanese auteur Ryu Murakami’s 1992 sex-district drama Tokyo Decadence (Topaz), Joseph Delaney presents a flipped gender narrative video for Ashnikko, where a …
Naked 'Drome' by Joseph Delaney
Joseph Delaney has previously shone a light upon the underground fetish club scene in his films for subversive mag SORT and Techno Goth - both featuring the extreme dance noise-core of Naked. Now he's back with a third film, exploring the boundaries of sexual expression in a succession of extraordinary scenarios.
Naked's pounding noisecore proides the soundtrack for a story that drops us into the hedonistic underbelly of a future world, where the oppressed underdogs are allowed a space to become their most freakish selves.
Drome includes cameos from artists featured in the new issue of SORT, including New York-based industrial artist (and Dior/Helmut Lang/HBA model) No Bra, London-based noise duo Naked and Brooke Candy. Plus an original sound score by Naked. And this is for mature audiences only.
|Production Company||LEZ Creative|
|Executive Producer||Mary Calderwood|
|Production Manager||Samantha Wolf|
|Director of Photography||Arthur Loveday|
|Focus Puller||Charlie Knight|
|Art Director||Derek Hardie Martin|
|Grading company||Time Based Arts|
|Post production company||Cut+Run|
|Post Producer||Maggie McDermott|
|Lead actor||Brooke Candy,|
|Director's Representation||Lez Creative Management Limited|
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