Danny Chan depicts the difficulties and despair a young man encounters on the road to recovery from an accident.
Mali-Koa 'Sorry' by Danny Chan
"Sorry" may just be one of the hardest words to say. But in this emotional video directed by Danny Chan singer Mali-Koa brings together strangers from diverse backgrounds and gives them a chance to tell one another their stories, to bond over their regrets.
As she performs alongside these genuine encounters, the video comes to a heartfelt close as Mali-Koa takes her own advice and apologises to her own mother Joy.
|Director of Photography||Anna Patarakina|
|Production Company||Untold Studios|
|Executive Producer||Annie Ayres|
|1st AD||Alex Mill|
|Focus Puller||Henry Owen|
|Grading company||Electirc Theatre Company|
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