Louis Tomlinson 'Don't Let It Break Your Heart' by Charlie Lightening
The final chapter in the Charlie Lightening-directed music video trilogy for Louis Tomlinson focusses on cinematic heist scenes and tying up loose ends between the characters that previously appeared in the first two videos, for Kill My Mind and We Made It.
Opening in a pub with his mates, the action-packed concept is infused with Tomlinson's down-to-earth aesthetic. Despite a gritty and mysterious storyline, the soft lighting and bouncy track keep this very much within pop territory, which will delight his fanbase.
The video focusses on the male protagonist from the first instalments, who double crosses a shady businessman and escapes with his money, setting off on a new life with his girlfriend. With twists and turns along the way, this is anything but a straightforward narrative, but will leave fans feeling satisfied and ready for a fresh concept next time around.
|Executive Producer||Ramy Dance|
|Executive Producer||Tony Roberts|
|Production Manager||Adam Al Sened|
|1st AD||Terry Mcshane|
|Director of Photography||Daniel Lightening|
|Focus Puller||Daniel McPake|
|2nd AC||Henry Northrop|
|Art Director||Claire Heather Molloy|
|Editing company||The Quarry|
|Grading company||Big Buoy|
|Other credits||Production Assistant: Paula Rommel 2nd AD: Jaqui Moore 2nd Unit Focus Puller: Sean Lomax Trainee: Paddy Gomulski AR Operator: Will Lyte Location Manager: Heather Gant Locations Assistant: Lian Furness Stylist Asst: Kyle Lawson HMU Asst: Kirsten Massingham Art Dept Asst: Will Gale Runners: Rhys Scully, Dean Skarratt, Zara Charlotte Mantle Minibus Driver: Zara Charlotte Mantle Stunt Coordinator: Mark Johnston Stunt Driver: Antonio Stunt Driver: HGV Rex Car Driver: David Wild Cast: Geoff Bell, Joe Holgate, Miki Davis Other Cast: Liam Dooley, Jelani Inyama, Ryan James Lewis, Phil Chadwick, Benedict Relton, Mark Hill|
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