David Knight - 27th Mar 2019

He's been away - mostly making top-ranking podcast Homo Sapiens with director Chris Sweeney - but now Will Young is back with a new album, and thanks to Rankin, he's showing off everything he has to offer.

For All Of The Songs, Will dons the garb of four iconic tropes of gay culture - a sailor, a biker, a cowboy and a businessman - and does what comes naturally. He takes it all off. 

And on this evidence, to say Will makes a good male stripper is something of an understatement. Will doesn't only have the moves, he has the body. This could be an audition for Magic Mike.

Yes, it's raunchy, with each character's wardrobe and set being bang on the money. But it also comes with that impudent Will Young sense of humour. So your mum will still like this. In fact, your mum is going to like this a lot... 

PRO Credits


Production CompanyRankin Film
Executive ProducerBeth Montague
1st ADElaine Mackenzie
Director of PhotographyTony C. Miller
Art DirectorMarco Turcich
WardrobeStevie Westgarth
HairPaul Percival
Make-upAbigail Lemar
Grading companyCHEAT
Director's RepresentationCarrie Sutton
CommissionerJohn Hassay

David Knight - 27th Mar 2019

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