C Duncan 'Talk Talk Talk' by Eoin Glaister
Bingo rivalry gets fierce, and then gets a musical makeover in Talk Talk Talk, Eoin Glaister's latest for C Duncan - and the follow-up to Impossible.
It's nailbiting stuff, as Luke McQueen (also in Impossible) turns bingo caller, and hearthrob of one lady who must beat her younger rival for his attention. The realism of the setting, not so far from the atmosphere of the real Elvis lookalike convention featured in Impossible. Only here, it drifts into fantasy as bingo night becomes a song-and-dance dream, populated by 'two fat ladies' and more.
“The video for Talk Talk Talk, continues in the same vein as Impossible," says C Duncan "It’s off the wall and fun, which matches the nature of the song perfectly. The use of colour and lively imagery juxtaposed with the reality of the setting work well in creating a surreal world that is both tongue and cheek yet emotive.”
|Production Company||Stink Films|
|Executive Producer||Katie Lambert|
|Production Manager||Celine Ribard|
|1st AD||Cem Aytacli|
|Director of Photography||Nicolas Booth|
|Focus Puller||Anthony Mchugh|
|2nd AC||Benjamin Fyfield|
|Art Director||Phoebe Darling|
|Post production company||Silk|
|Post Producer||Leanne Phinikas|
|Director's Representation||Hands London|
|Label||Fat Cat Records|
|Lead actor||Laura Jane Hudson|
|Other credits||Cast: Nadine Handwell, Luke McQueen, Orion Hart, Stuff D’Arcy, Murielle Werthauer, Anette Pollner, Helen Stirling, Sheppey St John Ambulance Band Thanks: Minnie McCoy And Daniela Baker Of Kings Bingo Hall, Richard Broster And His Marching Band|
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