Lancey Foux 'India' by Ricky Gibb
Two lawless young lovers escape the shackles of society in Ricky Gibb's video for India.
Living very much in the present as they traverse their newfound sense of adventure, their disregard for anything beyond each other’s gaze soon becomes evident. Their chaotic road trip is marked by moments of bittersweet love and an overarching sense of danger, as they are forced to flee each new location they find.
In a nod to great onscreen lovers like Natural Born Killers' Mickey & Mallory Knox and Pulp Fiction's Pumpkin & Hunnybun, we slowly learn that the couple has been evading the law the entire time- so wrapped up in each other's presence, they remain oblivious of their imminent arrest.
|Executive Producer||Alex Chamberlain|
|Production Manager||Harry Chambers|
|Director of Photography||Murren Tullett|
|Focus Puller||Alex Parkinson|
|2nd AC||Henry Winton|
|Other credits||Font - David Keshavjee @maximage_societe_suisse|
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