Promo News - 16th May 2019

Neo-soul boyband Rak-Su bring an out-of-date Shopping Centre to life in this enjoyable spoof on the American-romance-meets-spy-thriller genre - if that ever was a genre - by Harry Cauty.

The four guys are out with their four girlfriends at the mall, in the mood for love and popping that all-important question - Yours Or Mine - but having to fend off malicious forces from surprising sources (waiters, old ladies...) whilst also keeping their love interests entertained.

All good fun and, achieved with a '80s/90s domestic format look, very on trend in terms of retro feel. 


Art DirectorJess Morgan
DirectorHarry Cauty
Production CompanyKode Media
Executive ProducerNathan Killham
Production ManagerJamie Brewer
1st ADAfzal Robbani
Director of PhotographyTom O'Keefe
Focus PullerMarcus Albertsen
2nd ACMilo Brown
GafferTuck Linehan-Cross
ProducerJames Cross
WardrobeMekel Bailey
Make-upPauline Briscoe
Make-upGemma Stafford
EditorBen Harrex
Editing companyFinal Cut
ColouristDan Moran
VFXIkki Dhesi
Director's RepresentationCarrie Sutton
CommissionerKat Cattaneo
LabelSony Music
Other creditsFight Coordinator: Alex Payne 2nd AD: Spencer Wilson

Promo News - 16th May 2019

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