Promonews - 22nd July 2019

Murray from Easy Life becomes King of his own rubbish tip, in a world full of trash.

In the video that sees Sophie Muller and Ross McDowell resume their occasional directing partnership, and shot in Morocco, the band occupy a local recycling plant, to be eventually replace by icon-sculptures made of trash. In fact there's so much rubbish, it's also in the sky...  

It's a cool effect, using the deep blue of the Moroccan sky as a matte to play with perception and perspective and ultimately make this a very trippy tip.

PRO Credits


DirectorRoss McDowell
DirectorSophie Muller
ProducerHannah Bellil
Executive ProducerJuliette Larthe
Production ManagerSana El Kilali
1st ADChris Kelly
Art DirectorAziz Rafiq
EditorSophie Muller
CommissionerJohn Moule
Other creditsOn Set Producer: Chris Kelly Production Assistant: Benji Landman Service Company: DUNE Films Production Assistant: Abdelilah Reda AD: Mohamed Atbir Locations: Toufiq Abouobayd

Promonews - 22nd July 2019

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